Lower North ShoreContemporary Garden, Sydney

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Inspiration for a contemporary backyard garden in Sydney with a water feature. —  Houzz
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Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Top 10 Things to Do in the Garden in June27 May 2015

10. Protect bromeliads from frostIn frosty areas, make sure Bromeliads are in a sheltered spot during the colder months or they won’t flower. Alternatively, choose cold-hardy plants such as Aechmea. Your turnWhat’s on your June garden to-do list? Tell us in the Comments below, like this story, save the images and join the conversation.More 10 Things to Do in the Garden as Winter Draws to a CloseKick-Start Your Vegetable Garden in Winter8 Winter Hobbies to Make You Fall in Love With Your Home

Jenny Drew added this to My Houzz: Subtropical Style for a Modern Sydney Home23 April 2014

The lush gardens and green walls designed by Paul serve as the focal point of the home’s central courtyard and pool area. “I did it over about a nine-month period and added bits and pieces as I went,” he explains. The garden is planted with native lithophytic and epiphytic plants, which grow off other plants and rocks. The deck was intended to resemble a wetlands area, with the fishpond and vegetation attracting regular visits from local kookaburras.Garden: The Greenwall Company

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stronkar added this to Townhome Outdoor Area30 January 2020

Need to find out what plants would work on the hot, sunny rooftop.

Fiona Watson added this to Beyond2 August 2019

Mark Paul, Greenwall Company (Mossman house)

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