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We are very excited to have been nominated by HGTV for their 2016 Ultimate Outdoor Awards in the Gorgeous Gardens' category - please stop by hgtv.com/outdoorawards & have a look at all of the beautiful entries! voting is from March 15th - April 4th.   This is a detail of a tropical landscape design/planting near swimming pool with a shelf & shaded area for the owners to relax during the hot summers here in Key West, Florida.

We are very excited to have been nominated by HGTV for their 2016 Ultimate Outdoor Awards in the Gorgeous Gardens' category - please stop by hgtv.com/outdoorawards & have a look at all of the beautiful entries! voting is from March 15th - April 4th. This is a detail of a tropical landscape design/planting near swimming pool with a shelf & shaded area for the owners to relax during the hot summers here in Key West, Florida.

Bamboo is a great plant when you want height but not depth in a border. Strip the leaves off the bottom of the canes for a modern twist. #bambo #hedge #earthdesigns

Bamboo is a great plant when you want height but not depth in a border. Strip the leaves off the bottom of the canes for a modern twist. #bambo #hedge #earthdesigns

125 Likes, 5 Comments - Anton Joel Clark (@antonjclark) on Instagram: “Villa Uma NINA. A paradise on the south Bali hills. Expansive lush gardens wrapping this villa.  By…”

125 Likes, 5 Comments - Anton Joel Clark (@antonjclark) on Instagram: “Villa Uma NINA. A paradise on the south Bali hills. Expansive lush gardens wrapping this villa. By…”

We were influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in our coastal neighbourhood and overseas, too, she says. Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well! - Jolene's Gardening

We were influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in our coastal neighbourhood and overseas, too, she says. Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well! - Jolene's Gardening