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Designing with sculptural plants. This garden by Georgina Martyn shows a clever method of using hints of architectural planting in a full garden approach. She has used Agave attenuata as the sculptural accent planting amongst an array of other softer shapes such as Aeonium, Festuca, Iris and Kniphofia, and Rosmarinus, just to name a few. Read more...

Designing with sculptural plants. This garden by Georgina Martyn shows a clever method of using hints of architectural planting in a full garden approach. She has used Agave attenuata as the sculptural accent planting amongst an array of other softer shapes such as Aeonium, Festuca, Iris and Kniphofia, and Rosmarinus, just to name a few. Read more...

Two Hillside Cabins in the Trees, Mill Valley, California / Feldman Architecture

Two Hillside Cabins in the Trees, Mill Valley, California / Feldman Architecture

We design, build and maintain sustainable habitats that help to heal the earth, feel magical to live amongst, and create spaces where you can completely unwind. Our award winning landscapes are designed to last for generations and celebrate Australia's unique plant life.

We design, build and maintain sustainable habitats that help to heal the earth, feel magical to live amongst, and create spaces where you can completely unwind. Our award winning landscapes are designed to last for generations and celebrate Australia's unique plant life.

Sam Clayton and Mal Wood — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Sam Clayton and Mal Wood — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Australian garden designer Michael Cooke's house entry is framed by lush mixed plantings of Gymea lily (Doryanthes excelsa), grass trees (Xanthorrhoea spp), massed aloes (Aloe spp.) and more. Photographed by Daniel Shipp. via The Design Files

Australian garden designer Michael Cooke's house entry is framed by lush mixed plantings of Gymea lily (Doryanthes excelsa), grass trees (Xanthorrhoea spp), massed aloes (Aloe spp.) and more. Photographed by Daniel Shipp. via The Design Files

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