This a grafted Grevillea and is planted on the lower side of a sandstone wall next to a Doryanthes excelsa and has been encouraged to spill over onto the street side. What I love about this is the statement it makes about the garden inside the wall and also the way the garden still addresses the street even though it is behind a large wall. The gardens I find most exciting are where thought has gone into planning how the garden will interact with those who are passing by, where there are some intriguing plants or the layout draws the visitor in. Too often now front gardens are just about a lawn, a letter box, a driveway and garage, this saddens me greatly. I will endeavour to bring your more examples of gardens with excellent street address and plants that can help create that feature.