Monbulk Garden  natives with contrasting foliage and free form

The Monbulk garden

Shirley Carn's Monbulk garden in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, Australia. A beautiful example of an Australian native plant garden.

olive trees, gravel and grass

(native gardening) Gorgeous mix of Mediterranean and California native plants in this low-water landscape designed by Arleen Ferrara of Satori Garden Design. This is like the California version of Beth Chatto's dry garden in the UK.

When laying pavers, you have a choice to fill the gaps with grout, ground cover plants, or filler stones such as gravel or decomposed granite. As a garden

Hardscaping 101: Filler Stones for Paths

Decomposed granite fills the gap in landscape architect Christine Ten Eyck’s no-water garden in Austin, Texas. Photograph by Matthew Williams. For more of this garden, see the Gardenista book.

Landscape Design Planting Element. An example of transition and framing at the garden of the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld designed by Paul Thompson. The path from the hotel car park to the main garden. Formal transition is announced by the two bollards which are echoed by two Eucalyptus.The two trees then frame a small grove of three trees on the other side of the path that curves away to the left. The overall feeling is one of movement and transition as you are invited into the garden.

Landscape Design Planting Element. An example of transition and framing at the garden of the Royal Mail Hotel in Dunkeld designed by Paul Thompson. The path from the hotel car park to the main garden. Formal transition is announced by the two bollards which are echoed by two Eucalyptus.The two trees then frame a small grove of three trees on the other side of the path that curves away to the left. The overall feeling is one of movement and transition as you are invited into the garden.

he front area has been transformed into a dry rock landscape, creating ideal conditions for various water efficient Australian native plants.

The Canterbury inner city landscape has been designed to maximize compact space. Utilizing water efficient Australian native plants and a water runoff system that supports a vegetable garden.

Bokor - Bundeena House - Planting Design by Mallee Design

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

Mixed border by Peter Fudge

Potted plants frame the beginning of a crushed gravel garden path with a mixed border by Peter Fudge.

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