Landscape

Vertical Saturation

With beautiful dimensions but completely closed off from the house, a large patio in Mexico City has been stunningly brought to life.

Mountain Cool

Issue 43

The organic garden attached to Queenstown’s Sherwood boutique hotel not only influences the delicious whole food menu of the restaurant, it is itself attached to a popular slalom bike track. Talk about multi-purpose.

Mr Cactus

Issue 42

Who doesn’t love a spectacular cactus collection? We visited one of the best on the long, hot highway out of Dubbo.

A Friendly Face

Issue 44

A robust concrete and timber house in Toorak is wedded to its steeply sloping site by a bold terraced garden, which softens hard architectural edges and creates a friendly front entrance via a lush veggie patch-come-orchard.

Retro Zen

Issue 49

The classic division between in and out-of-doors falls away in this tranquil north-facing dwelling, where the owners’ twin love for Japanese aestheticism and 1950s modernism led the design.

Pride of Tassie

Issue 48

The inspirational nursery in Tasmania that has been key to rehabilitating much of the island’s landscape is going strong after 25 years.

Via Palm Springs

Issue 48

There are two contrasting gardens at this Sydney address: in front, a grove of eucalypts shelters a calm, grey-green space, while behind the house, a riotous explosion of colour enhances the Palm Springs vibe.

Inherited Passion

Issue 44

After 25 years in the business, green wall designer and builder Mark Paul has used all of his specialist plant knowledge to transform his own sandstone-based garden.

Return to Buena Vista

Issue 45

This idyllic property on the NSW coast is now in the hands of a fourth generation and they are passionately forging a new era for the farm.

Evolving Beauty

Issue 40

This lush seaside garden is thriving after only a year despite its dry climate and starting point of sandy soil. The key, as ever, was having a great foundation …