Street Appeal Gardens

The owners of this Mt Sheridan property wanted to leave just a small area of grass. They wanted me to create pathways (without stones) around garden beds and incorporating a “dry creek” river bed along their fence line. I chose the Bassalt Rocks for their large size, roundness and natural finish and the Deco (decomposed granite) added colour to the pathways and once compacted leaves a hard surface that is more comfortable to walk on than stone. The plants are a mix of tropicals and bird attracting natives.

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Recent Landscaping Projects - Making Gardens Come to Life

Argentea Landscaping

Garden Art Landscapes wanted to make a statement highlighting the entrance to the property, thick and lush plants enhance the view from the kitchen window.

Forest Gardens

The client wanted lush and tropical plants but at the same time the focus was to keep the planting low at the end of the pool so as not to impede on the view.

The Savannah Way

A dry creek garden bed gives the property character, taller trees screen the carpark at the back, and where possible native North Queensland plants were used.

New Home Landscaping

Recently completed a new home landscaping project for David McCoy Homes in Trinity Park. We used new impression pavers for garden edging.

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