Coastal Gardens

Clive Blazey explains which drought-tolerant plants cope in salty, windswept conditions.

Coastal Gardens

One of the most jarring sights in our Victorian coastal towns is that of our ladies from posh suburbs bringing their standard roses, box hedges and ornamental pear trees and plonking them in our windswept, sandy soils with never a thought about our indigenous landscape.

Down on the Mornington Peninsula we have ‘new’ soils (if you can call them soils) tha...

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