Lately I have been planning and ordering plants, and laying them out for the client to plant themselves when they have time. This works beautifully, as plant placement can make or break a design. This is the next best thing to having the 'experts' come in and plant for you!
I am totally adaptable at doing whatever best suits your own skills, time, and budget. Flick me an email to discuss what might best suit you. firstname.lastname@example.org
ON THE JOB AT BRACKENRIDGE -WINTER 2008
|George in a hired bob-cat creating the 'dry river', seen below|
SOME BEFORE AND AFTER PHOTOS - NORFOLK ESTATE
|The use of stones at the base of the roadside fence distinguishes|
this rail fence from others in the area, and most importantly,
utilises the naturally occurring local materials.
BEFORE AND AFTER - UPPER PLAIN
|BEFORE - an olive tree orchard.|
|AFTER - out the front|
|AFTER - out the back|
BEFORE AND AFTER - GREYTOWN
|DURING - lots of sticky mud|
|AFTER - just waiting to grow|
All these photos show a selection of my finished designs. I adore working with native trees and landscapes, but equally love planning formal hedges and perennial gardens. I refuse to be pigeon holed into one particular style. The gardens have to reflect the client and the architecture, I am just the catalyst to pull it all together.