Summer Gardens

The greatest weakness in Australian gardens is our focus on spring, when summer is when we really have time to enjoy it

An amazing colour palette of perennials, including Agastache 'Aztec Rose', Crocosmia 'Citronella', Echinops and Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia).

Tips for growing perennials

1. Group plants by flowering season. Don't mix spring and summer flowering perennials together.

2. Arrange the colour combinations you like, but be sure to use contrasting foliage and height to avoid 'mounding monotony'.

3. Trim off spent flowers to prolong the flowering season.

A subtle colour combination of perennials, including Agastaches, Coneflowers and Achilleas.

'This Goes With that' Combo's

To make it even easier to create a beautiful summer garden we have created the following combo's to help you. 

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Cottage Garden Creations

Creating a traditional garden, using the best untampered heritage plants and flowers

Formal Gardens

There's always a place for a little formality - how to achieve an attractive formal garden style

Heirloom Vegie Gardens

Heirlooms are a gardeners inheritance, giving us the control over the taste, quality and diversity of our food and gardens

Soft Succulent Gardens

Create a drought -tolerant garden with form and foliage that lasts all year round

Tropical Garden Effects

For a hint of the tropics in southern Australia
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