Plant Palette

Collection by Bec Wyatt


Women In Design: Landscape Designer Fiona Brockhoff

Immersing herself in nature provides daily inspiration for this landscape designer.

Australian Coastal Style - 7 steps to achieve this look - Making your HOME beautiful

Australian Coastal Style - 7 steps to achieve this look - Making your Home Beautiful

The right colours and finishes are the key for a successful Australian Coastal Style to ensure that the look is laid back and relaxed

westringia fruticosa grey box coastal rosemary; flowers in spring summer and autumn. ideal for hedging. 40 cm high and wide. Excellent in coastal positions

Coastal rosemary, Westringia (Westringia fruticosa) 'Grey Box'

Detailed description of the Coastal rosemary, Westringia (Westringia fruticosa) 'Grey Box' cultivar/variety.

‘900 House‘ brings us this contemporary garden. Built-in planter separates different areas of the deck and patio.

Built In Outdoor Planter Ideas & DIY Projects • The Garden Glove

Built in outdoor planters would make it easy to change your container plants with the season. Check out these outdoor planter ideas and projects!

Pimelea nivea, a tightly formed shrub whose new growth looks to have been dipped in cotton balls. Perfect in a well drained coastal garden and could be clipped formally or left in its natural splendour.

A Visit to the Cranbourne Gardens - Eckersley Garden Architecture

If native flora excites you, then there’s never been a better time to visit the Cranbourne Royal Botanical gardens and in particular the ‘Australian Garden’. Since it’s creation in 2006, the Australian Garden has given us an opportunity to discover a huge range of Australian plants set amongst landscapes that are at once contemporary and naturalistic. Stage […]


Coast & country landscape design

Fiona Brockhoff Design is a landscape design practice that offers a personal experience. Our commitment is to design a beautiful and practical garden for each situation. Website by and

Succulent mania

Surprising Planting Pairings

What happens when a plant biologist and a landscape artist team up to create a garden on a California hillside? Surprising plant combinations at every turn