Garden Type

  • Bush garden

    Unlike a formal garden the Bush Garden has no neat borders or clearly defined lines. This style draws inspiration from nature and is meant to reflect the natural flora of the surrounding environment. The look is natural...

  • Coastal garden

    Whether you live by the seaside or just love the idea of having a coastal retreat in your own backyard, take a look at our coastal garden plants collection for some inspiration. Our selection includes plants that thrive...

  • Cottage garden

    Traditionally made up of plants of differing heights and colours (to add texture), cottage gardens were best known as gardens which belonged to small homes, however they are most popular for their low level maintenance....

  • Dry style garden

    If you’re looking for a water efficient garden, using dry style garden plants is a great solution. Discover our guide to the most durable plants, sure to thrive under the driest of Australian summers. From magnificent succulents...

  • Formal garden

    Looking for the perfect plants for your formal garden? Symmetrical plantings and stylized plant forms, like hedges and topiary, help to define and link elements within any formal garden. Take a look at our selection of...

  • Mediterranean garden

    Retreat to the Mediterranean with your very own Mediterranean style garden. With a contrast of bright colours and earthy hues, this garden style is summery, laid back and suited for wet winters and dry summers. Unlike other...

  • Oriental garden

    Find your Zen with your very own Oriental garden. Ideal for smaller urban spaces, this garden style requires a minimal amount of plant variety and creates an ideal space for contemplation and relaxation. Species of plants...

  • Tropical garden

    Love the holiday feel of a tropical garden? You can bring that same tranquillity and beauty to your backyard with your very own tropical garden thanks to our gardening tips and advice. We have planting information on a range...