Category Archives: Garden Design
Gold Coast Regional Botanical Gardens Benowa

Gold Coast Regional Botanical Gardens If you are looking for garden ideas or landscape design ideas, then a great place to visit is your local botanical gardens. In most of these you can see exotic, native and indigenous plants and get some ideas on how to plan your own landscape. On the Gold Coast we … Continue reading Gold Coast Regional Botanical Gardens Benowa

Lawn care on the Gold Coast. Tips for creating a beautiful lawn.

It is often a dream of home owners to have a beautiful patch of bright green lawn in their backyard. Many people will be have been watching the cricket and admiring the beautiful condition of the outfield turf covering the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Some people are a little less enthusiastic about the wicket. With the … Continue reading Lawn care on the Gold Coast. Tips for creating a beautiful lawn.

Melaleuca in the Gold Coast Garden

The Melaleuca or Paperbark The melaleuca is a genus of flowering evergreen Australian native shrubs and trees. It is a member of the myrtle family, Myrtaceae. They generally prefer well drained friable soil and full sun. The smaller varieties have been known as honey myrtles, tee trees, ( including tea trees or ti trees) or … Continue reading Melaleuca in the Gold Coast Garden

Pet friendly Landscape Garden Design with couch lawn and potted plants.

Landscape Garden Design A patch of lawn, even if it a small patch, will provide recreational space for children and pets in your backyard. In this landscape garden design, a stepped brush fence creates a screen for the colorbond garden shed. If you have a lot of brush fence, consider breaking it up with some … Continue reading Pet friendly Landscape Garden Design with couch lawn and potted plants.

Screening Plants for Garden Privacy

In today’s blog we will look at garden design for privacy using screening plants. We will show you some options for improving privacy with fast growing screening plants or mature sized moderately growing plants. This garden design featured courtyard paving with sandstone pavers running very close to the fence. For improved privacy a fence extension … Continue reading Screening Plants for Garden Privacy