Ficus hillii hedge underplanted with Trachelospermum jasminoides. Manly, NSW Australia Anthony Wyer + Associates www.anthonywyer.com

Garden Design Ideas : Ficus hillii hedge underplanted with Trachelospermum jasminoides.

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At Peter Fudge Gardens, we create gardens that connect in a deep and meaningful way. We’ve been designing gardens since Every project has a unique…

Magnolia Grandiflora 'Little Gem' or 'Teddy Bear' dwarf varieties make good evergreen hedges. Full size: 20'H x 7'W but can be kept to 13'H. Plant 4' apart. Avoid straggly leggy trees by tip pruning new growth by half all around individual plants in early years for good structure and dense form when hedge matures. Once each plant is thick, prune the face and top of hedge as wide or tall as you like, ie: 2.5' wide, 13' tall. Round the top.

If you want to grow an Evergreen magnolia hedge you are best using a Magnolia ‘Little Gem’ or Magnolia ‘Teddy Bear’ as these are dwarf varieties of the…

Ivy box and birch.Garden by #peterfudge

Peter Fudge design - like the concrete details; the plantings integrated w/ steps would be a real hassle tho

Overview of garden.Garden by #peterfudge

Classic Green Garden: Location in Australia, perhaps Sydney. Designed by Peter Fudge Gardens based in Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia.

Layers of hedging.garden by #peterfudge

Peter Fudge Gardens have created a severely disciplined garden, based on formal geometric principles and evoking French formal gardens.

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Large stone steppers connect the stairs to the pool and lend a strong contemporary feel to the rear garden.

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