Layering plants of different heights adds depth to a narrow bed, while a…

Small garden inspiration

Layering plants of different heights adds depth to a narrow bed, while a framework on the back wall uses every inch of a small garden.

North East corner of the balcony. To the left, Ficus longifolia ‘Ali’, and in the far corner, Cussonia spicata (tall tree with trunk). Outdoor dining setting by TAIT. Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.

Owen Harris

Rooftop garden of Owen Harris - North East corner of the balcony. To the left, Ficus longifolia ‘Ali’, and in the far corner, Cussonia spicata (tall tree with trunk). Outdoor dining setting by TAIT. The Design Files

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Owen Harris

// Rooftop garden of Owen Harris. Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.

David Rosetzky and Sean Meilak

This abundant garden is tied together visually through the use of a very simple materials palette – bluestone gravel, terracotta pots, and minimal paving.

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Owen Harris

One of our favourite projects -Owen Harris — Rooftop Garden I Breeze loungers and Breeze sofa with Marble top Nano coffee table I story by The Design Files

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Owen Harris

A rubber plant (Ficus elastica) nestled amongst Creeping rosemary (Rosemarinus prostrata). Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files

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