pathway + lavender ... edge of driveway?this is my driveway plan, grow lavender grow, love it

edge of driveway?this is my driveway plan, grow lavender grow, love it-replace with lemongrass to help with squitos! And maybe put up ornamental trees.

Talbaghia ~ hardy, long flowering, easy to grow, low maintenance. 'Dark Star' variety shown. Also available in pure white 'Milky Way' variety. Good for edging/borders.

Talbaghia ~ hardy, long flowering, easy to grow, low maintenance. 'Dark Star' variety shown. Also available in pure white 'Milky Way' variety. Good for edging/borders. OPPOSITE BFLY GARDEN AT POOL.

Iceberg roses with hedge

John Hamilton Construction – Christchurch Heritage, Character, Traditional Home & Villa Renovation Specialists. iceberg roses with hedge

Country garden with standard Robinia pseudoacacia 'Umbraculifera' trees and a trained pear tree on house wall - Photo by Elke Borkowski

Boompje voor in de voortuin. Country garden with standard Robinia pseudoacacia 'Umbraculifera' trees and a trained pear tree on house wall - Photo by Elke Borkowski

Garry Cullen of Ardmore Architects chose an elegant scheme for his own classic villa, using Resene Sea Fog on the weatherboards and Resene White for the trims.

Garry Cullen of Ardmore Architects chose an elegant scheme for his own classic villa, using Resene Sea Fog on the weatherboards and Resene White for the trim.

Buxus japonica-low, Gardenia Florida-middle, Murraya paniculata-rear.

murray a paniculata 'orange jessamine' is another choice for back of lower garden bed. Japanese box hedge around top garden bed

A. 'Bower Beauty' is a beautiful dwarf form of the Bower Wattle growing 0.5 - 1.2m x 0.5 - 1.2m with pendulous foliage and bronze new growth.  A. 'Bower Beauty' is a very hardy low maintenance plant that is useful in any garden style from formal landscapes through to native bushland or rocky embankments.  Also excellent as a container or tub specimen.  More info at www.pma.com.au!

'Bower Beauty' is a beautiful dwarf form of the Bower Wattle (Australian native) looks like it could make an interesting hedge.


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