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Secluded garden reaches brave new heights
When Zones franchisee Kate Ryan commenced the back yard make-over of a Panmure home, she was given a head start by her clients: They knew how they wanted the space to look when finished and they supplied her with a landscape plan and layout.
Modern landscape design on ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’
Landscape designer Justin Newcombe meets up with Zones landscaping specialist Stuart Gill to get some insights into the principles behind this modern landscape design, which includes an outdoor room, well-planned planting and ways of bringing the outdoors, in.
Classical garden design on ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’
Justin Newcombe joins the conversation with Zones landscaping specialist and designer Debbie Gill about this classic garden design. Pointing out the classical features they discuss how this style is integrated into a typical kiwi landscape.
Multi-leveled garden transformation on ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’
In this new episode of ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’, Franklin Zones specialist Stuart Gill walks well-renowned landscape designer Justin Newcombe through the challenging transformation of a steep unusable backyard into a beautiful, multi-leveled and adaptable garden.
Art deco backyard
A series of levels, seemingly problematic, have become an amazing platform for a three-tiered landscape that now graces the property of Mount Eden. The slope that once was a force of nature is now developed and has given clients Geoff and Rose lots of different options to entertain their friends on all levels.
Resort style backyard
Whangaparaoa Peninsula hosts some of the most amazing coastal views around – and Tindalls Bay is no exception. In the past 10 years since John and Jenny Dunn have lived there, they have battled with the luring effect of their coastal outlook, only to be driven back inside once the wind picked up. Planning for this extension took place over the next 12 months. It became a culmination of John’s ideas, those of his architect, and Landscape Designers Peter Nobbs, Jules Moore and Mark Buchanan from Landscape Designer Ltd.