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Kanuka

Kanuka

pohutukawa

pohutukawa

Manuka trees with trunks painted blue, at Brick Bay Sculpture Trail last year.

Manuka trees with trunks painted blue, at Brick Bay Sculpture Trail last year.

Boxwood and Gravel Side Garden

"I suggested a boxwood and gravel side garden when grass wouldn't grow there." Loi Thai Love the boxwood and gravel. This would look amazing in my side yard hiding the neighbor's fence.

Manuka forest, beautiful trunks from Maramanu From 2014 garden tour

Manuka forest, beautiful trunks from Maramanu From 2014 garden tour

Gardening with native plants - Yahoo New Zealand

Gardening with native plants

Author and naturalist Christine Lister knows a thing or two about native plants, growing more than 160 gum trees in her hideaway in the Melbourne suburb of Montmorency. Take a stroll through her garden for some local inspiration.

Add Height to create layers to keep your garden interesting. Many shade gardens feature relatively low perennials, such as hosta, bleeding heart, and astilbe, underneath a canopy of tall trees. Bridge the gap by using tall planters or architectural features such as pillars, or grow shade-tolerant trees and shrubs to provide your garden with a variety of heights. >> So cool! Love this idea!

Stunning Shade Garden Design Ideas

Create layers to keep your garden interesting. Many shade gardens feature relatively low perennials, such as hosta, bleeding heart, and astilbe, underneath a canopy of tall trees. Bridge the gap by using tall planters or

woven wind blown sticks for fence at edge of woodland From 2014 garden tour

woven wind blown sticks for fence at edge of woodland From 2014 garden tour

Upside down tree trunk in the Enchanted Woods

Upside down tree trunk in the Enchanted Woods

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