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Following the supplied designer’s scope, the road frontage and entranceway gardens have been planted out in two different native kinds of grass with large natural stone boulders to create structure. A large Kauri specimen tree was selected by the client as a feature piece for the front entranceway.

Moving down towards the front door a 'hidden' stepping stone path consisting of natural stone pavers and lush planting was created to join the landing to the patio area adjacent. The end result gave a useable pathway without drawing attention to the area as the main thoroughfare.

The surrounding garden area was planted out in a mixture of Ligularia, Liriope and trailing Pratia ground cover to spread among the paving stones, softening the edges to achieve the hidden look.

At the rear of the property a garden area with split sun/shade gave way to the idea of using a blend of native ferns in the shade and Liriopes and bird of paradise in the sunnier side. There were also some unfriendly ground levels here making the space somewhat unusable. Timber steps were created to break up the slope and create a point of interest & access to the garden area.

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Richmond Ave

Following the supplied designer’s scope, the road frontage and entranceway gardens have been planted out in two different native kinds of grass with large natural stone boulders to create structure. A large Kauri specimen tree was selected by the client as a feature piece for the front entranceway.

Moving down towards the front door a 'hidden' stepping stone path consisting of natural stone pavers and lush planting was created to join the landing to the patio area adjacent. The end result gave a useable pathway without drawing attention to the area as the main thoroughfare.

The surrounding garden area was planted out in a mixture of Ligularia, Liriope and trailing Pratia ground cover to spread among the paving stones, softening the edges to achieve the hidden look.

At the rear of the property a garden area with split sun/shade gave way to the idea of using a blend of native ferns in the shade and Liriopes and bird of paradise in the sunnier side. There were also some unfriendly ground levels here making the space somewhat unusable. Timber steps were created to break up the slope and create a point of interest & access to the garden area.

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Richmond Ave

Following the supplied designer’s scope, the road frontage and entranceway gardens have been planted out in two different native kinds of grass with large natural stone boulders to create structure. A large Kauri specimen tree was selected by the client as a feature piece for the front entranceway.

Moving down towards the front door a 'hidden' stepping stone path consisting of natural stone pavers and lush planting was created to join the landing to the patio area adjacent. The end result gave a useable pathway without drawing attention to the area as the main thoroughfare.

The surrounding garden area was planted out in a mixture of Ligularia, Liriope and trailing Pratia ground cover to spread among the paving stones, softening the edges to achieve the hidden look.

At the rear of the property a garden area with split sun/shade gave way to the idea of using a blend of native ferns in the shade and Liriopes and bird of paradise in the sunnier side. There were also some unfriendly ground levels here making the space somewhat unusable. Timber steps were created to break up the slope and create a point of interest & access to the garden area.

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