Bob Skilton Statue – Lakeside Stadium

The career of Bob Skilton, including three Brownlow medals and numerous state team selections has inspired many, both on and off the sports field.  The unveiling of a statue in his honour, at Lakeside Stadium – Albert...

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Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre

The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre was built and open to the public in 1997. After 20 years, the original landscape of native trees, shrubs and grasses were in need of rejuvenation and additional facilities were required...

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Plant of the week – Eucalyptus regnans

The mighty Mountain Ash.  A stunning giant of our hillside forests. Plant of the Week – Eucalyptus regnans Author – Amy Davidson The tallest flowering plant in the world is the mighty Mountain Ash (Eucalyptus regnans).  Regularly...

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Plant of the Week – Banksia spinulosa ‘Cherry Candles’

Author: Amy Davidson Endemic to Australia, Banksia is a genus of around 170 species in the plant family Proteaceae.  Easily recognisable by their characteristic flower spikes and fruiting cones, Banksias range in size from 30m tall trees...

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Beaumaris Midcentury

A garden restoration to complement a stunning 1950s modernist house in Beaumaris. Natural stone elements found within the architecture were complemented by recycled bluestone blocks, clay brick edging and random slate pavers. The planting palette combined natives...

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Product of the Week – 3D Visualisations

This week we are getting behind the technology of landscape architecture and how it helps us in the design and presentation of our work. Product of the Week – 3D Visualisation Author: Amy and Jason Davidson The...

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Product of the Week – Funky Monkey Bars

Maybe you are on the lookout for an adventure playground that will stand out from the crowd.  Well, we may have found the product for you (and the kids)! Product of the Week – Funky Monkey Bars...

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Plant of the Week – Monstera deliciosa

An old favorite that has had a resurgence in popularity, particularly with the current trends in indoor plants! Plant of the Week – Monstera deliciosa Author: Amy Davidson A member of the arum family, the Swiss Cheese...

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Product of the Week – Joseph Paxton and his Greenhouses

Take a wander through the Botanic Gardens of the great cities of the world (including Melbourne, obviously) and you will find stunning displays within the protection of a greenhouse.  So where did the idea of the greenhouse...

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Plant of the Week – Parthenocissus tricuspidata

Of course your garden shouldn’t just be about the weeds and the hard work.  What about the plants we love and those that bring joy and wonder to your outdoor spaces? To balance out the nasties, Davidson...

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