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I like the idea of the ground cover growing in front of the hedge as a transition.

I like the idea of the ground cover growing in front of the hedge as a transition.

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Around here lately

Around here lately

Hi there! I have had the urge to wander around my house changing things here a there. Nothing major, just a shuffle and a switch. It’s been a nice week at home since all the Christmas flurry ended. I do it every year – you know, you pack up the…

Lance Jackson : Parker Kennedy on Instagram: “Dreaming of new boxwoods mixed with pea gravel this morning over coffee! #happysaturday #exterior #gardens #gardendesign #boxwoods…”

748 Likes, 15 Comments - Lance Jackson : Parker Kennedy (@parkerkennedyliving) on Instagram: “Dreaming of new boxwoods mixed with pea gravel this morning over coffee! #happysaturday #exterior…”

Podocarpus falcatus hedge. Pyrus ussuriensis with low Gardenia 'Florida' hedge. Custom Australian hardwood bench with nepean random pebbles, framed by Buxus balls. Randwick, NSW Australia. Anthony Wyer + Associates www.anthonywyer.com

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Podocarpus falcatus hedge. Pyrus ussuriensis with low Gardenia 'Florida' hedge. Custom Australian hardwood bench with nepean random pebbles, framed by Buxus balls. Randwick, NSW Australia. Anthony Wyer + Associates www.anthonywyer.com

You might recall me saying yesterday that you need to plan for shade. This is a good example of the possibilities but the vine does not appear to actually extend out over the table. It would be so easy to run a wire trellis between the verandas. Imagine sitting here with a cool drink on a hot summer's day with a nice grape vine providing shade. Are you there?

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You might recall me saying yesterday that you need to plan for shade. This is a good example of the possibilities but the vine does not appear to actually extend out over the table. It would be so easy to run a wire trellis between the verandas. Imagine sitting here with a cool drink on a hot summer's day with a nice grape vine providing shade. Are you there?

Verandahs all around ... Imagine this in the hunter

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Verandahs all around ... Imagine this in the hunter