Garden Inspirations

Attract good luck this Chinese New Year

Renowned for its exquisite perfume, magnolia alba is also believed to bring good luck.

The marriage of Michelia Champacca and Michelia montana has created this sublimely scented tree. Its perfume forms the basis of one of the w...

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The Bay Tree – Melbourne’s alternative to Ficus

Screening and hedging plants are in greater demand than ever, and one particular plant is gaining popularity, with good reason – the Bay (Laurus nobilis).

Bay trees make excellent hedges thanks to their dense, deep green, aromatic foliage that looks great all year round. Bays are hardy gro...

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Day of the Dragon - Azalea ‘Scarlet Dragon’

This compact Azalea may be small in stature, but packs a punch with its bold red blooms and glossy green foliage.

Once Winter is over, Scarlet Dragon comes to life with plentiful buds bursting into scarlet flowers through Spring. It makes a delightful lo...

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Create a modern statement with pleaching

If you’re looking for a stylish, contemporary look for your garden, you can’t go past pleaching. This trend has taken off in recent years, revealing a multitude of interesting shapes and forms to give your garden a touch of elegance and distinction.

Pleaching – which comes from the French word ‘plecher’, which means to braid – is a method of shaping and training trees to create an elev...

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Magnolia Cream Fairy

With its bushy dark green foliage and masses of perfumed cream flowers, Magnolia Cream Fairy is an irresistible selection for the garden.Tha...

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