More ideas from Daniel
Good shady plant selection-I like the idea of whitish mulch to light up the dark area and set off plant forms.

S & A quite like how Visually this pathway is created to take you into the wood . I think we could create this in a more naturalistic way

Sandstone flagging frames the pool. Privacy is achieved through boundary planting of magnolia ‘Teddy Bear’ underplanted with variegated liriope (Liriope jaburan ‘Variegata’).

Pool Impact - I prefer the pool to look like it’s part of the total garden area, not just a one off on its own. This can be a challenge with pool fences…

Sandstone flagging frames the pool. Privacy is achieved through boundary planting of magnolia ‘Teddy Bear’ underplanted with variegated liriope (Liriope jaburan ‘Variegata’).

Pool Impact - I prefer the pool to look like it’s part of the total garden area, not just a one off on its own. This can be a challenge with pool fences…

The typical classic or formal garden first found its way to our shores through our English and European history. In Australia, they were first constructed only for the most impressive and prestigious properties. But using some simple rules, now anyone can have a classic formal garden. How you ask? Here are five key elements.

Andrew Stark Garden Design: Mass plantings of fragrant gardenias & star jasmine border tall hedges of laurel & pears. Five very special urns are dotted throughout the tiny space and are planted with English box spheres.

We have successfully grown the shrub form of ‘Limelight’ in Sydney for ten years – through drought and flooding rains! – and love its waterfall of luminous ...

We have successfully grown the shrub form of ‘Limelight’ in Sydney for ten years – through drought and flooding rains! – and love its waterfall of luminous .