Construction and demolition contributes about 27 million tonnes of waste in Australia each year. Materials commonly seen in landscapes such as timber, bricks, plastic, natural aggregates and fines make up 58.9% of waste products, or just under 16 million tonnes. When considered in combination with pollution produced through importing materials and transporting waste, it’s clear…
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The Phillip Withers team will be returning to the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show in 2024, with our garden ‘SaltBush’. Designed by Phillip Withers in collaboration with Fiona Brockhoff, SaltBush is a journey through the Victorian landscape. Inspired by a wish to encourage a sense of stewardship in the next generation, SaltBush will feature a…
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This Spring we celebrated the 10 Year anniversary of Phillip Withers. From the early years of development to the rise of the Shrubhub, It’s a decade of fond memories and relationships. From our first years in business in 2012 after a student garden at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. We were able to  develop…
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Over the next few months, together with Yarra Valley Water we will be taking you on a journey ensuring you have your very own healthy, sustainable, productive and waterwise garden that works with our Australian landscape and all of its biodiversity. A habitat for us, and a habitat that is significant to our locality, our…
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Phillip Withers with the support of presenting partner, Yarra Valley Water will showcase Victoria’s iconic coastline and the importance of water conservation in their 2020 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show landscape, “It’s Our Time”. The zero-waste garden will see over 3,000 native plants from across Victoria’s west coast, primarily from the Otway and Warrnambool…
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