There are decades of work here, and work continuing. Note in the photos how natural and created forms are integrated. As are chickens. Inspiration for our own gardens, which are still comparatively young. We are encouraged especially by the intense and subtle use of what is quite a small garden space.
|this elegant eucalypt in front of the house fitted the situation so nicely but also took us home|
|some fun uses of bowling balls throughout the garden|
Not much fun if you don't have a bit of fun!
|magical little touches|
|small things achieve a lot|
and in time these strings fade and die,
there is a combination in the artwork of the very robust and the ephemeral
|the leaf fall, so ephemeral, so much enhances the look of these pavers|
and then, walking along the street, this amazing sight, a tea tree, Melaleuca quinquenervia, or rather two of them, which someone had in the past twisted together. An Australian tree gone mad in Florida, see link above.