People always ask me what happens to all the materials and plants after we finish exhibiting at a garden show. It’s a great question because it’s another element of planning and design we must take into consideration. Firstly we design and layout the exhibit to allow for most of the plants to remain in their… Read More the end of the exhibition is only the beginning
For those of you who know me, I am no literary genius of any sort. For those who know me, you will also agree that I am an insane purchaser of books – especially ones that have anything to do with my love of the green stuff. If you regularly read my blog or stalk… Read More “Planting – A New Perspective” by Piet Oudolf & Noel Kingsbury
Seeing as Spring is definitely in the air its time to get out in it and enjoy the sunshine. Pots are a great way to add maximum appeal with minimal effort. No matter what your garden ‘style’ may be, there is definitely a style out there for you! Forget about the orange terracotta of the… Read More Going potty? Here’s 10 of the best.
The old saying of “those who play together stay together” has been very true when it comes to my Book Club. Formed in 2013, five individuals from our industry meet on a monthly basis to chew the fat and talk all things plants. We may not necessarily have a book on the table, but the… Read More Introducing Med.O Seeds
Confucius says ” He that would perfect his work must first sharpen his tools.” Well Confucius you were bloody right! It’s time to get the hands limbered and the tools ready to tackle the jobs of Spring – only 22 days to go – yes we are definitely counting after a cold Winter here in… Read More Not the sharpest tool in the shed.
Being a landscaper has many perks and definitely one of them is that ‘my office’ is constantly changing and set in some fantastic locations! Never do I tire of being in the fresh air and enjoying all that Melbourne’s weather throws at me. On the flip side I am also forced to be indoors and… Read More Great office spaces need green!
Many people ask me where I get my inspiration for my design work. Source : http://www.gardenista.com Sometimes it can be wandering in my local neighbourhood, from books and magazines I’m reading or images I’ve seen online. One of the most fantastic blogs that I subscribe to and love to make time to read is… Read More My Favourite Blog – Gardenista