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Musk Cottage - GardenDrum
It was pouring with rain the day I got to see Musk Cottage as part of the Australian Landscape Conference tour. But it was such a wonderful garden, … Continue reading →
Here is a gallery of Backyard Garden Ideas (with photos) that will inspire you this year. From small to large garden spaces you'll be sure to find your next project. beautiful backyard garden design, backyard garden ideas landscaping.
Make a rain garden - GardenDrum
It hasn’t rained here for weeks, but when it does, it’s likely to pour, as we have lots of storm event rain, where long dry spells are followed … Continue reading →
Anigozanthus 'Pink Joey' Pink Joey kangaroo paw from Gold Rush Nursery
Narrow garden bed featuring Anigozanthos 'Pink Joey' (Pink Joey kangaroo paws) with Senecio mandraliscae in Santa Barbara, CA
Houzz Australia’s Instagram post: “Salty air and sandy wind are tough elements to deal with in coastal locations. The selection of building materials to ensure longevity and…”
385 Likes, 16 Comments - Houzz Australia (@houzzau) on Instagram: “Salty air and sandy wind are tough elements to deal with in coastal locations. The selection of…”
Native Retreat — Kathleen Murphy Landscape Design
A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.
I love Gum Blossoms. Whenever I see them they bring back the childhood memories of my favorite book "Snugglepot & Cuddlepie" by May Gibbs which I still have sitting in my bookshelf. The illustrations were so amazing and had a real Australian feel to them. My mother also had a May Gibbs book when she was a child, she in turn handed it on to me, it also sits in my bookshelf (although a little worse for wear)
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 natives can be beautiful. Is it time for your garden to go native? | Service Central Articles, Advice and Ideas