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The house entry is framed by lush mixed plantings of Gymea lily (Doryanthes excelsa), grass trees (Xanthorrhoea spp), massed aloes (Aloe spp.) and more.

Plant / Life: Michael Cooke

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. Photographed by Daniel Shipp. via The Design Files

Fiona Brockhoff Design » Coast & country landscape design

Love the soft green bushy plants. Sleepers as pathway is nice but don't think we want stones in between. Like some of the flowers & trees in background too.

1 : Achillea umbellata  2 : Phlomis lychnitis  3 : Rhodanthemum hosmariense  4 : Santolina rosmarinifolia 'Caerulea'  5 : Artemisia lanata  6 : Lomelosia cretica 'Jeanne et Jean'  7 : Lavandula dentata 'Cap Rihr'  8 : Ballota pseudodictamnus

Gravel bed plants: 1 : Achillea umbellata 2 : Phlomis lychnitis 3 : Rhodanthemum hosmariense 4 : Santolina rosmarinifolia 'Caerulea' 5 : Artemisia lanata 6 : Lomelosia cretica 'Jeanne et Jean' 7 : Lavandula dentata 'Cap Rihr' 8 : Ballota pseudodictamnus

Australian architects, Nervegna Reed Architecture and PH Architects have teamed up to create the Arrow Studio, a private art gallery whose unique design was inspired by the "reflective vortex" of the Australian landscape.

Reflective arrow-shaped studio is a futuristic space for displaying art...

Australian architects, Nervegna Reed Architecture and PH Architects have teamed up to create the Arrow Studio, a private art gallery whose unique design was inspired by the "reflective vortex" of the Australian landscape.

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Outdoor Fire Pit Seating Ideas That Blend Looks And Function In Crazy Ways

Outdoor Fire Pit Seating Ideas That Blend Looks And Function In Crazy Ways

A Goldworthy Garden Installation By Nathan Burkett - we would like the sunken firepit area as suggested, but thought the herringbone aspect was unusual and rather nice. Like the canopy trees and layout

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