Peter Fudge Gardens - Our Gardens
Field of Manchurian Pear - Driving through the rural timber gates, the decomposed driveway is generous and bordered by massed Pennisetum and Birch groves. …
An easy-care coastal garden in Torquay with colourful plants
Sorting out a multi-level garden with beds sporting vibrant, low-growing plants has made this coastal patch in Torquay a standout.
An Elegant Yet Eclectic Garden In South Yarra
A structured garden with loose planting might seem like a contradiction, but here it works like a dream. Take a look!
My design in Garden DesignFest, 2014
When I asked one of my clients to open their garden for Melbourne's Garden DesignFest, it was a request I didn't take lightly, as a residential garden is a deeply personal thing.
Is it Time to Reconsider Using Australian Natives?
Australian Natives got a bad name thanks to the scruffy gardens of the 1970s, but they're drought tolerant, easy to maintain, and versatile. And, as you'll see in the following images, Australian...
Peter Fudge Gardens - Gardens to feed the soul
Peter Fudge creates gardens that connect in deep and meaningful ways. Peter has been designing beautiful gardens since 1989. Every garden design has…
Eucalyptus caesia "Silver Princess"
Spring is round the corner. Ornamental weeping gum with white trunk and large red flowers that are produced in spring. Flowers from a mature "Silver Princess".
Australian Native Garden Mosman North Shore - Landscapers Sydney
Modern Australian Native Japanese Garden – Waterfall and River/Pond. Front Garden, Entryway Path – Sandstone Boulders, River Pebbles, Recycled railway Sleepers, Crushed Granite, Westringia, Flax, Kangaroo Paw, Blue Fescue Grass
sepal and twig
Red-flowering Gum, Leucadendron, Verticordia, Brunii and NSW Christmas Bush. A bright, fun grouping for my beau's recent 40th birthday bash.
THE SPIRIT OF THE PLACE
The Oxford Dictionary of Architecture & Landscaping defines genius loci in this way: Latin term meaning ‘the genius of the place’, referring to the presiding deity or spirit. Every place has i…
Peter Shaw · Sunnymeade - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
An ever-evolving Anglesea garden, featuring a truly awe-inspiring undulating lawn.