Delicious Interiors with Natural Materials and Gorgeous Outdoor Spaces
Gorgeous photos from photographer Tom Ferguson show off some of Australia's most amazing modern homes.
We were influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in our coastal neighbourhood and overseas, too, she says. Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well! - Jolene's Gardening
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.
Urban oasis: Family-friendly garden makeover
A small Sydney backyard had to deliver a play area, plantings and an entertaining spot – and succeeds on all fronts - by Jane Parbury
Eclectic Style Shines In This Charming Brooklyn Cottage
It’s been a labour of love for Janice, who has injected warmth and personality into the 10-year renovation of her old weatherboard. Step inside!
25 small garden design ideas
A small yard shouldn't be uninspiring. Learn how to transform what little space you have into an urban oasis by getting on board with vertical gardens, climbing vines and potted feature plants.
Landscaping and Hardscaping
You don't need to live in the tropics to create a lush retreat. HGTV.com shows you how to create your own leafy getaway in your own backyard.
Tropical Color in the Summer Garden
I might be biased, but what better plants for a summer garden than tropicals? Tropical plants happen to thrive on the very same heat and humidity that makes even the most red blooded southerner miserable, so I never have to worry about my garden flopping during a heat wave. Here are some ideas from my trip to Winter Park for incorporating some temporary tropical displays in your own garden, be it in soggy Seattle or sultry Savannah. Temporary Tropic Tempo Incorporate both annuals and bulbs…
Looking for ideas on garden edging? You’re in the right place! if you came for inspiration take a close look at these 52 ideas to edge your garden. Check glamshelf.com for more!
The Balcony Garden on Instagram: “What a space! #potplant #landscape #design #apartmentgarden #lush #plants”
226 Likes, 7 Comments - The Balcony Garden (@thebalconygarden) on Instagram: “What a space! #potplant #landscape #design #apartmentgarden #lush #plants”
Materials: Duro limestone from Eco Outdoor . Spotted gum decking. Concrete bench tops. V-joint panelling. Pots from The Balcony Garden . Planting: Strelizia nicoli. Philodendron xanadu. Aspidistra elator. Archontophoenix cunninghamiana. Syzigium australae. Crassula maxcook. Cycad revoluta. Pants sourced from Exotic Nurseries . Furniture: Eco Outdoor.