Placed against the background of homesteads and flat landscapes, these gardens bring life and splendour to these distinct Australian areas.
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Could the messiness of life be the key to living in extremely dense spaces? An exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria highlighted the dynamic and critical force of female designers in shaping contemporary design culture. Newsletter Advertise. Issue Landscape Architecture Australia, February More review See all. Baldwin would approve because over the 25 years that Cox lived there she ensured the garden was in tune with the countryside — there were views to the surrounding landscape, plants that could cope with the wind and lack of water and walls built from rocks collected from the property.
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In 18 months she has lopped 30 weedy trees, removed the ivy that once covered her 0. Sumberg, an artist, moved from West Brunswick to the Dandenong Ranges early last year. She has a mini forest of mature mountain ash in the front extending into a broad sweep of rhododendrons, azaleas and camellias that curve around her driveway and reach right up to her house.
Flax and anemones grow to the very rim of her back-garden pool. She has put in a chook run, vegetable beds and swathes of brightly coloured perennials.
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Now she is thinking about installing a fountain and building an arbour for clematis, wisteria and roses. I like seeing things grow, the possibilities and the miracle of life. I inherited them and I like to have that link with the past.
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As she has been digging through the soil she has unearthed white pebbles that she suspects the Italians placed over their garden beds. I could see what was here before I bought the house and I just felt sorry for the garden.
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A friend told me I was a plant whisperer, and I love that. Nora Sumberg in her Mount Dandenong garden.
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