Layering plants of different heights adds depth to a narrow bed, while a framework on the back wall supports a climbing vine - Home Beautiful

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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.

Outdoor design

Lavastone Round Planter from RocknStone. Pinned to Garden Design - Pots Planters by Darin Bradbury.

Privacy Plants -- The Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’ has been a popular plant over the last 10 years as both a feature tree and a screening plant.

Contemporary Garden Design by C.S Design Magnolia Grandiflora ('Teddy Bear') trees leave room for a low hedge to create visual interest

**Levels Of Meaning by [Justine Hugh-Jones](http://justinehughjones.com/ |target="_blank"|rel="nofollow") and [William Dangar]( https://www.williamdangar.com.au/ |target="_blank"|rel="nofollow")**. This neatly executed courtyard is at the heart of a home on Sydney’s northern beaches. It’s a lovely space directing light into the interior via glass doors on three sides. Interior designer Justine Hugh-Jones, architect Walter Barda and garden designer William Dangar collaborated on this green…

Australian House & Garden Top 50 Rooms: Outdoor Rooms

Outdoor room by Justine Hugh-Jones Design, Mosman, NSW & William Danger, Botany, NSW

Our Chinese Star Jasmines are 1m tall, 3-4 years old and ready to espalier, saving years of waiting!

Fence with Corokia Balls & strappy Chilean iris, Livertia formosa; centred on a Chinese Star Jasmine espalier by HEDGE Garden Design & Nursery

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Sunken Connections - contemporary - Patio - Sydney - Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes//built in seating

John Davies to deliver key note presentation at the Society of Garden Designers Autumn Conference

Beautiful lighting John Davies to deliver key note presentation at the Society of Garden Designers Autumn Conference

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