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Suburban Zen garden transformation
What happens when you get a landscape designer and a landscape architect to design a special destination garden in your own backyard? A calming Zen garden which borrows features from traditional and modern Japanese gardens.
Asian inspired garden
When Fiona Milde was inspired to have a little ‘Zen’ influence throughout her interior, little did she imagine the full impact of having the same duplicated in the exterior design.
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.
Escape from reality
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.
Transformation of a steep backyard into an inviting outdoor living space
Due to the creative landscaping works of Matt McIsaac, Designer Jules Moore and their team from Landscape Designer Ltd, owner Jacqui now has a garden she can be proud of. It’s a garden that abounds with design and detailing. The whole experience leaves you wanting more.
A welcoming retreat
With a Zen influence and a resort style subtropical pallet, this crossover planting and design style is adding a new dimension to landscaping small and angled sections. A Japanese styled contemplation area and subtropical styled garden were the inspiration for Tony Ingrams surprise for his wife Robyn’s 50th birthday.
The edible garden
Forget the old image of raised vege boxes carelessly scattered in the back yard. Imagine an elegant contemporary planted space that included layers of planting, using standard trees for structure and clipped hedges beneath. Imagine coloured foliage adding interest when there are no flowers, and the added bonus of promised bounty.