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Recently opened to the public as part of the Hidden Festival of Outdoor Design this garden featured on Better Homes & Gardens TV show. We first came into this garden’s life in 2003 and for Christmas 2013 we finished its most recent stage. The front boundary stone wall was added from recycled sandstone and such was the attention to detail in design and construction that you may miss it as a recent addition to the landscape. Upon entering the front door the house transforms from the traditional into modern home, with open living spaces and walls of glass linking the house to the garden. Featuring everything from tiny courtyards to larger suburban gardens with pools, locations are clustered mainly through Sydney’s North Shore and Eastern Suburbs, making it easy to get to all the gardens over one weekend.

It is a garden of 2 strongly different styles that synergise to create a garden greater than the sum of its parts. A response to the residence’s heritage and its streetscape, the design has a classic North Shore garden feel.
The crunch underfoot of the pebble driveway creates an earthy sound and is another soft texture of its era. The rear garden style compliments this change in the house starting with the minimalist central courtyard space, with its grass mounds and feature tree as islands in an expanse of concrete. A recycled sandstone wall along the rear boundary links the two sitting areas whilst also being a feature that is visible from the courtyard and even the from the kitchen at the front of the house.

A series of custom steel lamp posts create an open screen, that adds a sense of enclosure an intimacy to the paved sitting area off the master bedroom, whilst keeping an open view to the sculpture garden. Many well-known Sydney landscape designers will have a garden, courtyard or outdoor space opening, include Secret Gardens, Spirit Level Design, Michele Shennen, Michael Cooke, Brendan Moar, GoodManors Pools + Gardens and Imperial Gardens.
The garden has a soft formality with box hedges combined with a series of layered textures, from Lace-Cap Hydrangeas, Freesias, Hellebores, Salvias all nestled under various species of small flowering trees.

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