Karen Johnson Landscape Design
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Karen Johnson is a landscape designer based in Launceston Tasmania. Trained at Burnley College, Melbourne University, with additional studies in landscape design, Karen has combined 20 years of experience in gardens, natural resource management and agriculture. With a fusion of sound horticultural training, design skills and strong environmental values, Karen is well placed to create the perfect landscape for the client and a sustainable future. Karen designs landscapes for residential and commercial projects, including natural outdoor playspaces for young children.
3D Rendering, Garden Design, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans
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2 Reviews for Karen Johnson Landscape Design
$50,000 - $100,000
Karen was consulted for a total re-vamp of our very tired children's play space. Karen's skill in listening to us as clients and then incorporating our ideas with her expertise and knowledge into a very detailed plan to pass on to our landscaper was fabulous. Karen also assisted in overseeing the project to completion. The end result after several years of establishment is a beautiful shady garden and interesting and challenging play space for 50 children each day. Karen is a delight to consult with.
January 29, 2019
I had a concept plan done for my back garden
Karen is an absolute delight to work with. She has an innate skill to be able to bring clarity and life to the very vague ideas I had for my back garden. In a fun and easy way, she helped me get clear on how I envisioned the end result might look. It was way better than I could’ve imagined. She created a number of beautiful ‘rooms’ in my garden – entertaining, relaxing and production. She gave me detailed plans and I have implemented a very small part of the plan. Due to other commitments, I’ve had to put it on hold but when I’m ready, I won’t hesitate to engage Karen to get the full plan completed! I can’t wait.
July 17, 2016Last modified:July 19, 2016
Commented: Help me ID a plant.Looks to me like Dracaena draco too...the Dragon Tree
November 29, 2015
Commented: Please share the name of the green grass clumpsThanks so much. This Lomandra has a greyish feel, but is more of a deep 'blue-grey' green. I have it planted in my garden alongside Blue fescue (Festuca glauca) and so looks quite dark green in compar...
March 1, 2015
Commented: What is the green tufty plant called in this picture?The 'green tufty plant' in this picture is a cultivar of an Australian native grass, it's called Lomandra 'Seascape'.
July 11, 2013
Commented: Landscape and Paint Color HELP!! new house, what to do....??Hi 'patinthehat', I'm feeling your excitement and just wanted to share our MCM dream with you! We're in heaven in this 1954 house on the north coast of Tasmania, Australia. Having the same conundrums ...
February 4, 2013 in Design Dilemma