May 3, 2016
The "Cascade" Lilly Pilly makes for a wonderful landscape feature and native bush tucker.
With lush, pink-tipped foliage and refreshing fruits, it's great for creating a kids' space and can be pruned low down to create a natural cubby house.
Lilly Pillies feature in many of our backyard, school and child care centre projects. Shown here at Gosford Preschool we created a 'secret garden' within a hedge of Lilly Pillies.
This is the first in a series of edible and sensory native plants.
Australian Native Gardens
low maintenance gardens
drought tolerant gardens
drought tolerant plants
Past Events: Barangaroo Reserve
September 1, 2016
Edible Cafe Gardens - more than a token parsley.
May 13, 2016
EKG spreads the 'Nature is Play' word
October 18, 2016
Recent Projects: Sylvania Rise & Shine
Past Events: The Liverpool Spring Expo
October 13, 2016
Past Events: Father’s Day at Bungalow 8
Home Gardens - chickens
May 4, 2016
Home Gardens - colour and textures in a small space
Home Gardens - toddler-friendly spaces
Home Gardens - creating a restful space
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