Garden Styling is the tweeking of a garden design to make it uniquely you.
Looking to establish a sustainable Courtyard Garden utilising green Australian native plants?
Longing for those lazy summer days around your pool or spa, but you know you would enjoy it more if the surrounding garden were lush and stylish.
Winter is nearing an end and you are wondering if spring is the best time to plant your garden?
Looking for that wow factor for your tiny Courtyard?
Roof gardens are on the rise (oops pardon the pun) as more apartments are dominating the urban street scape. With it come more lesser known roof gardens, so what are some of the plants that will survive on top?
Looking for a maintenance free garden? Sorry there isn’t one unless you hire a garden care professional. However there are ways to significantly reduce the level of maintenance needed, and yes still creating a fabulous garden that will be the envy of your friends and family.
Why not plant up your balcony with some great plants in beautiful lightweight designer pots for a stylish makeover. These plants will give you great pleasure without too much maintenance..
Looking for inspiration to create a special garden experience in that very small or tucked away area of your overall garden or courtyard?
Urban gardens must be desirable and functional to meet the needs of busy city life. Great garden design elements will ensure that they meet these criteria, notwithstanding the smaller space we now make available.
Outgrowing your space at home, and the space that you do have is denying you the lifestyle that you seek. Maybe its time to take the inside out, and bring the outside in. The solution just maybe an outdoor room.
Coastal Gardens have their own unique character, but that is not to say that they cannot be stylish, lush and as charming as any garden.
Looking for low maintenance water wise plants like succulents? But you have never grown them and not sure where to start?
Some courtyard are a little tight for room, so when planning a new garden, it is important to do some research into how to make the most from small spaces.
A Roof Top Garden is a great way to escape the hustle of the streets below. As more people are choosing to live in apartments, roof top gardens have never been more popular as they cool the building and reduce your energy costs. The plants also remove carbon dioxide out of the air and replace it with more breathable oxygen.
How often have you noticed a fabulous roof top garden and said, 'that looks great, I want to do that on my roof'.
Well there is more to it than just installing some pots and plants.
If you are thinking of refreshing your garden prior to selling your home, the design brief will probably be very different to the brief if you are staying and upgrading to enhance your lifestyle at home.
Need to add some shade to your courtyard? With good design, not only can you control the degree of shade, but you also create a focal point within it. For a constant cool green courtyard garden here are some of my top ten plants to include in a Sydney courtyard garden.