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Bathing Birds: Mallee Birdbath

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I am pretty excited as we have a new toy, a wildlife camera to take photos of the birds in our birdbaths. It’s wonderful! I have tried so many times to take photos of the birds in my garden and Read more ›

Mallee Design SHOP

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It is official! the Mallee birdbaths and water dishes have their very own online shop! they will be much more comfortable there ūüėČ they can take up as much space and attention as they need. Please visit¬†shop.malleedesign.com.au¬†for all bird bath Read more ›

The Mini Dish

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Please welcome “The Mini” dish to my bird bath family, yes, they have been breeding and this is the result ūüėČ a small shallow bird bath that holds 2 litres of water and is 420mm wide x 2.5mm deep. In Read more ›

Just the Dish!

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This copper bird bath¬†is spun by a local metal spinner. It is wide and shallow so that it will occasionally dry out, inhibiting mosquito populations. If you are interested or would like to know more about this bird bath,¬†please contact Read more ›

Portfolio: Garden Design Chatswood

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I designed this garden in Chatswood in March 2013, pretty much exactly three years ago. The client has been chipping away at building the garden from my drawings over the years, it is a large garden that backs onto some Read more ›

Portfolio: Gordon Garden Design

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This is stage 3 or the final stage of a large garden I have been working on in Gordon. The rear of the property backs onto bushland which is quite weedy, the space itself held several large indigenous trees but Read more ›

Sandstone Plinth Bird Bath

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This is the 2nd style of my plinth bird bath series, a half sawn and half picked sandstone pedestal. I am very excited about this base, it is solid sandstone ¬†220mm x 250mm x 750mm and in perfect visual balance Read more ›

Shade Tolerant Grevillea: Grevillea oleoides

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There aren’t that many Grevilleas that grow well in shade, let alone also flower in positions with limited sun. Grevillea oleoides is one of them, along with Grevillea sericea, ¬†sherissii and rhyolitica then you have a small group of faithfully. Read more ›

Groundcover grass: Themeda ‘Mingo’

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I am slowly discovering all the different forms of Kangaroo grass, trust me there are more than you think! This is a blue form which is so weeping it is basically like a ground cover. Native ornamental grasses can fulfil Read more ›