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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The Shrub Hub was fortunate enough to be involved in the Spring edition of the QTC which was founded by @architectseat @mattgibsonad @wolveridge @bowerarchitecture which is a celebration of the local architecture community in inner city Melbourne. The aim of QTC is to foster a local architectural community by promoting Practice Architects and Emerging Architects…
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Sprout is a collection of 13 townhouses set around a unique landscape that is inspired by the courtyard style of European buildings. Principal architect Cameron Neil of Neil Architecture reports, “the hard shell exterior of Sprout was designed so that strategic openings show a glimpse of the building’s soft interior and internal gardens out to…
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Its a place that celebrates nature, the rock, the soil and the rich history connecting people and place, as it’s here we find our sense of green and calm. You can wander, rest and pick the richness of the land and its biodiversity. Natives, such as lime, figs and palms, once shrewdly managed by Indigenous Australians…
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Highlights of Phil’s recent trip to Shanghai included touring a few wonderful local gardens and attending China’s second ever ‘Garden Gathering Awarding Ceremony’. Phil was invited to take part in the ceremony and to relate the story of our 2017 Best in Show appearance at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show with ‘I See…
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