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The Grove at Byron Bay - sandstone, decking, paving and pots. Alfresco and porch idea.

Australian Landscape Conference 2013 - (Honestly, I detest topiary balls....but for some reason, I like this space. Well done!)

Contrast of textures & colours, coastal garden, low maintenance plants, by Fiona Brockhoff Design

A seamless indoor-outdoor courtyard designed by Peter Fudge. Photography by Jason Busch.

Courtyard garden by landscape deisgner Peter Fudge. Photography by Jason Busch. I like the cover bush

Update your Terrace Area with these 5 Easy steps

Update your Terrace Area with these 5 Easy steps

Cool idea. Raise the deck, so you can put good planter boxes at the side, and have perennials growing through them. Notice the lightning in the deck. Cool.

Raise the deck, so you can put good planter boxes at the side, and have perennials or trees growing through them. Notice the lightning in the deck.

Fiona Brockhoff Design » Favourite coastal plants for south eastern Victoria

Favourite coastal plants for south eastern Victoria

Sorrento


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Sorrento

...favourite coastal plants...cotyledon orbiculata...

Cotyledon orbiculata, commonly known as pig's ear or round-leafed navel-wort, is a South African succulent.

Mixed evergreen combinations

A fantastic mix of colour and form. Inner City Garden by Secret Gardens

Creeping Thyme. The durable creeping perennial that discourages weeds and softens the look of a walkway.

For the garden walkways Creeping Thyme - Easy herbal ground cover. Drought tolerant, repels insects, and can even be used in cooking!

Stone patterns in gardens designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekell at Hestercombe

Hestercombe House garden path, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, with his gardening partner Gertrude Jekyll. This is my idea of the ideal garden path.

B o x w o o d

Co Co's Collection : Formal garden # structure # roses # boxwood circle lawn with boxwood borders provide a tranquil resting spot for the weary visitor

Blum Garden, Irvington, NY - entrance garden; asymmetrical, stone, green foliage, dappled and tranquil, by Marc Peter Keane

Japanese style front yard with not grass to spend weekends taking care off.

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Create your perfect garden part 5: Low maintenance

little maintenance

I don't know why I like this-I usually hate a boxwood. London plane trees surrounded by boxwood hedges. From A Detailed House.