"Creating beautiful, customised vertical gardens that are a center-piece of their owner’s homes"
Transforming an outdoor decking into a verdant colourful backdrop. This garden receives no direct sunlight, which creates challenges and inspirations at the same time. The client's brief was for maximum colour, so the garden features many flowering plants bursting into surprise throughout the year.
Echoing fond memories of Mornington Peninsula holidays, this unique garden features Japanese inspired design techniques requiring careful selection of plant species to create coastal heath landscapes in miniature.
Transforming an outdoor decking into a lush alfresco dining/entertaining space with a vertical garden featuring plants you might not expect. Translucent roofing and a controlled watering regime allows species such as Kangaroo Paw, Begonias, Brazilian Walking Iris, and Tropical Sweet Potato to flourish side by side.
Lush shades of green to create an extension of the open space, looking out of the dining room. Mainly ferns, orchids and selected species to punctuate for colour.
Lit up at night
This page contains some examples of gardens that I find inspiring and certainly technically feasible. Please note that I have not built these gardens myself, and I have provided a link or mention of the garden author where possible.
I love how vertical gardens are transforming our bars and restaurants.
Delicate succulent mosaic
This is an interesting piece found on http://www.floragrubb.com - I love working with succulents, they are hardy, super colourful and lots of fun.
Reykjavik Public Library moss garden
An inspiring wall garden for super shady locations.