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Summer's the perfect time to plan, create and revel in your outdoor spaces. We've gathered together this gallery to inspire you with the sheer variety of approaches (pun intended) that you can take

Dropping your gardening trowel could have disastrous consequences if you are working on one of Sky Green's gardens in the sky.

Occupying a relatively narrow strip of land, the gardens pictured here surround a Cotswold-inspired, traditional-style home. Strategically placed landscaping features enhance the site's linearity and create focal points that integrate the home's exterior with the interior.

A parterre garden, small orchard, fountain and buxus hedging all add to this garden's formal theme, modelled on traditional Parisian gardens.

View of the courtyard with an ironstone rock on a bed of black pebbles as a water feature, scrubs, rocks and trees surrounding, decking, and white pebbled pathway – by landscape designer Scott Brown.

Dark finishings contrast with the various plants in this small garden

Large urns framed by low hedges and planted with Japanese box clipped into spheres bring structured formality to this garden.

View of "Reflections" a landscape by Designer Dean Herald from Rolling Stone. Entered into the Melbourne Internation Flower & Garden show it won Best in show.

“You can’t beat the fun and relaxation of sitting around a fire– it’s like bringing one of the best parts of camping to your home,” says Matt Leacy, founder and creative director of Landart Landscapes.

In tune – this garden takes its cues its raw, natural setting.

Story by: Trendsideas

15 Nov, 2020

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