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Dover Road, Williamstown

A completely shaded garden with a soft native lawn and curved hardwood screen. Despite being in complete shade, this busy family wanted to feel a soft lawn underfoot. We managed this by planting with drought-tolerant natives that survive foot traffic, look lush, and are soft to walk on.

Esplanade, Williamstown

Salt-tolerant planting opposite the Williamstown Life Saving Club. The garden is centred around a large Queensland Bottletree and is made up of succulents, natives, and grasses that wind their way around the feature tree. (front) 

Small triangular-shaped courtyard featuring cream travertine paving, soft drifts of pretty planting and a stunning Gingko Biloba tree. (back)

John Street, Williamstown

A rambling family garden filled with beautiful & hardy plant combinations, a kitchen garden, in-ground trampoline, tree house, dogs and chooks and everything had to stand the test of soccer balls.

Queen Street, Williamstown

Country-style garden with circular Castlemaine Slate crazy-paved fire pit area for family gatherings.

Harrison Cr, Hawthorn

A year round picking garden, filled with masses of perennial flowers, seasonal surprises and a riot of colour.

John Street, Williamstown

An intimate courtyard with screening pears to disguise neighboring apartments.

Douglas Parade, Williamstown

Simple green wall to compliment the stunning architecture.

Grandview Road, Niddrie

Entertaining garden with separate adult and children’s areas, in-ground trampoline, curved bench seat, and bluestone paving set into lawn.

Geelong Road, Kingsville

Who doesn’t love a pizza? Or sitting next to a warm pizza oven on a chilly Autumn’s night? This garden is just too cute! I love how the deck curves around in a circle the red brick seating seems to hug it. When the pizza oven is going and the festoon lights are glowing from above, this is just the most warm and inviting space to be in. 

Cecil Street, Williamstown

The busy family life garden is designed around the pool which is used for most of the year. The salt and drought tolerant low maintenance planting fitting perfectly around the client’s limited time to maintain it.



A classic double fronted Edwardian house with a modern twist renovation. Lush, green formal hedges and planting to compliment the architecture in the front garden. The rear garden is a riot of colour; Kangaroo Paw, Ret Hot Poker, Orange Yarrow & Virginia creeper fringe a modern carport design sliced by filetti paving while a copse of Moss White Birch sit atop a Zoisya covered mound


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