Nature's Vision Blog. Wamberal coastal residence. Front garden plantings consist of Coastal Rosemary, Coastal and Swamp Banksia, Queensland Bottle Tree, Casuarina Cousin it, Xanthorrhea glauca, Poa Suggan Buggan, NZ flax, Corokia Silver Ghost and Carex grasses planted amongst aged railway stepped sleepers, basalt boulders and terrazo steppers.

Nice look for the side of the house, instead of rock maybe -- Carex grasses planted amongst aged

Fiona Brockhoff Design » Coast & country landscape design

Love the soft green bushy plants. Sleepers as pathway is nice but don't think we want stones in between. Like some of the flowers & trees in background too.

With a remodel and a garden design project underway, I've been researching how to simplify garden maintenance and cut back on water usage. And I keep hearing more and more about the advantages of decomposed granite. What's so special about DG?

Hardscaping 101: Decomposed Granite

Bokor - Bundeena House - Planting Design by Mallee Design

Perfect for our back fence sloped area. Bokor - Bundeena House - Planting Design by Mallee Design

dingle house

what we wont have! our natives will look gold as . Australian native garden - no surprises that this works so well: harmonious colours and wonderful variety of texture

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A meandering decomposed granite pathway is flanked by native shrubs such as coastal rosemary (Westringia spp.), Grevillea and Banksia species. Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.