Portfolio: Garden Design Bulli

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Yesterday I spent a sunny winter morning pruning and shaping in this coastal garden in Bulli, I love returning to one of my designs to do a little maintenance and tweaking, and this is one of my favourites ­čśë This Read more ›

Tasmanian Winter Correas

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Ohhh my pretties! Correas are so, so sweet… sometimes I catch myself speaking to them using my special voice reserved for babies, dogs and small birds ­čśë Correas were out everywhere in Tasmania when I was there last month, they Read more ›

Brilliant Banksia ‘Orange Glow’

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I have written a lot about the dwarf varieties of Banksia┬áspinulosa but virtually nothing about the dwarf forms of Banksia ericifolia, I must rectify this! They are also prolific flowerers and have a wonderful dense habit and are equally bird Read more ›

Spectacular: Eucalyptus erythrocorys

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I almost feel like writing no text necessary next to these images of┬áEucalyptus erythrocorys, this truly has to be one of the┬ámost wonderful eucalyptus flowers in the Australia! those colours, can it get any better? This specimen is growing on Read more ›

Hidden Design Fest 2018

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This year is the first time I have managed to make it to AILDMs “Hidden Design” garden festival, where you get to have a nosey into some of Sydney’s private landscaped designed gardens….ohh what a treat! I didn’t get to Read more ›

Sweet: Grevillea ‘Blood Orange’

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I am generally not a massive fan of the large flowering Grevilleas, mainly because they encourage the wrong birds, well not the wrong birds but birds who already have a plentiful source of food. However when someone asks for a Read more ›

The happiest Daisy: Pycnosorus globosus

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Billy Buttons is a native daisy with an immense power to make anyone smile, there is something about its large bright yellow ball flowers standing to attention in a showy clump that is irresistable. To top it off it has Read more ›

Portfolio: Kogarah Garden Design

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This garden was planted just over 12 months ago and has thrived in a very tough dry year, establishing quickly under harsh conditions. The soil in Kogarah is sand, dry and depleted, two metres under the sand is the saline Read more ›