Garden design by carolyn mullet: Plant stairs with succulents - this actually works very well, the succulents thrive on the heat from the stone in summer. If you periodically wash the stairs off with (Garden Step Gabion)
Buxus spheres planted into a graded pebble courtyard with subtle water feature and hedges. Traditional courtyard garden design with a contemporary twist. Pinned to Garden Design - Courtyards by Darin Bradbury.
Cool colours and beautiful textures with small leafed Westringia and Santolina(?) by Secret Gardens of Sydney. Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.
Granite Setts are incredibly hard wearing, making them a great choice for high traffic areas such as pathways like in this garden pathway design by Thorburn Landscapes. Nice design to use for narrow patio area outside french windows.
A welcoming walkway. Curb appeal is crucial to make buyers excited about viewing your property. Invest in a beautiful walkway to make visitors feel welcome. traditional landscape by Verdance Fine Garden Design
Eco Factor: Interior garden keeps your interiors away from peeps and provides fresh air. Why cut a tree in your backyard to get some space for your deck when you can use it in the most beautiful of ways to provide fresh air, cooling and above all.