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A kid-friendly garden makeover
The clients wanted Zones to replace their existing damaged retaining wall while also creating a barrier to prevent their grandkids from falling over the edge of the raised area. Enabling the space to be used as a family area and making it visually appealing was an interesting challenge!
Stylish, low maintenance landscape design
With a large wrap-around deck and a fire pit for outdoor entertaining, this backyard was transformed into the Wards’ dream outdoor area. Zones specialist Debbie Gill designed a stylish, functional, and low-maintenance space with half the original budget.
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.
Outdoor entertainment extravaganza
Due to the creative landscaping works of Matt McIsaac, 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.
Small subtropical garden
Opposing angles from an existing retaining wall and steps with an angular entrance to the front door might have challenged many ‘reno’ experts but landscape designers, Matt McIssac and Jules Moore, took this renovation to a different level. The space was completely transformed, bringing the past into the present.
Japanese style garden
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.