Whitney Leigh Morris of Tiny Canal Cottage

How to Create a Dreamy Garden in a Small Space

Whitney Leigh Morris of Tiny Canal Cottage - A small garden doesn't mean you can't create a chic outdoor space! Expert Whitney Leigh Morris shares her top gardening and decorating tips for a tiny backyard. For more small space tips, head to

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A productive urban garden with a tropical feel. Photography: Claire Takacs | Story: Australian House & Garden

Ripe For The Picking: A Productive Urban Garden

Horticulturist Hendrik Van Leeuwen’s garden is a shining example of a productive urban garden and shows how we could make better use of our backyards.

What a treat! Draceana decorate a poolside deck. Looks a little bit Lorax!

Love these trees! Small, narrow lap pool along the back fence - can function as a small pool and the water feature.

decking adjoining paving

decking adjoining paving Plants soften the decking joining paving

Low-maintenance tropical plants are a sure-fire winner for a resort feel | Home Beautiful Magazine Australia

Outdoor inspiration: A pocket-sized garden with punch

This wonderful family garden packs a pool, lawn area, cubby, outdoor kitchen and an outdoor shower into a Contemporary urban-sized space.

Tropical garden

Plunge pool in a tropical setting - modern architecture - craig reynolds landscape architect - mid-century residence - exterior view - tropical garden

Nice planting

Just love the sandstone with the tropical planting. Have started this in my front yard.

Buxus hedge with mixed planting | by William Dangar & Associates

Buxus hedge with mixed planting Possible in and around the weeping lilly pillys and palms. Just need to condition the soil enough so that the hedge and other plants get a chance before the lilly pilly roots invade and suck out the nutrients