Landscaper: Hamilton Landscapes
Pool Builder: Aloha Pools
Garden Lighting: Gardens at Night
Leaf Sculpture: LUMP
Photography: Tim Turner Photography
What Houzzers are commenting on:
If there is residual garden space off your access, or functional hard surface, then there is nothing better than a row of plants along the fence. If you have 600 to 1200 millimetres of space, then a fence-line hedge of Portugal laurel (Prunus lusitanica), dwarf lilly pilly (Acmena smithii Minor), orange jessamine (Murraya paniculata), dwarf bamboo or the like will add a splash of greenery to the space. You can then use uplights outside the key window vistas to create a great effect when the sun goes down.