Birch tree Garden path

Along the side fence - birch-lined winding path to the pond at East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens, Norfolk, Englalnd -- via Landscape Focused Everyone should have simple, I expensive, maintenance free beautiful birch alley somewhere in their garden.

Nose Residence: Landscapes for Small Spaces: Japanese Courtyard Gardens, by Katsuhiko Mizuno

Tsubo niwa Nose Residence: Landscapes for Small Spaces: Japanese Courtyard Gardens, by Katsuhiko Mizuno

Lipstick palms, brilliant addition to a tropical north Queensland garden

Lipstick palms, brilliant addition to a tropical north Queensland garden - Gardening Beautiful

Lomandra Longifolia "Tanika" Lomandra Tanika is a hardy Australian native evergreen with shiny green strap leaves and yellow flower spikes that come out in Spring. This plant is very hardy and has even been called by some as "close to indestructible." Tanika is versatile, and can be planted in a position of full sun to heavy shade. Drought tolerant. Great as a landscaping plant.

Lomandra Tanika

Lomandra Longifolia "Tanika" Lomandra Tanika is a hardy Australian native…

A clump of mother in laws tongue (Sansevieria trifasciata) at the front door sets the modernist tone for the rest of the garden. Photo - Annette O'Brien

Plant /Life: Brian & Trish Perkins

Modernist-style garden (Brian and Trish Perkins' garden in Toorak)

A. 'Bower Beauty' is a beautiful dwarf form of the Bower Wattle growing 0.5 - 1.2m x 0.5 - 1.2m with pendulous foliage and bronze new growth. A. 'Bower Beauty' is a very hardy low maintenance plant that is useful in any garden style from formal landscapes through to native bushland or rocky embankments. Also excellent as a container or tub specimen. More info at www.pma.com.au!

'Bower Beauty' is a beautiful dwarf form of the Bower Wattle (Australian native) looks like it could make an interesting hedge.

Scleranthus Biflorus or Australian Astroturf. Looks like moss, but it's drought tolerant, can handle sun and heat.

Scleranthus biflorus “Australian Astroturf” - Looking so very much like a moss, this delicious emerald green groundcover for dryish sun or bright shade is actually a member of the Carnation family

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