Client:Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show
Project Type:Horticulture, Show Gardens, Landscape Architecture
Size:200 sqm
Photography:Patrick Redmond

Landscape Architecture, Horticulture Procurement & Installation, Project Management

In 2012, for the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, we set out to create a garden that would focus on travelling the world and exploring the biodiversity of different landscapes.

The resulting design explored different regions of plants across the world such as Mexico, South Africa, Asia and Australia to provide a colourful yet strong palette of plant-life. The garden became a huge expression of colour, largely inspired by travels through Mexico and its architecture.

Beyond colour, this project was also a great expression of freedom and has led to many forms of inspiration for our subsequent works and for our team over the past few years, most notably a 10-acre site in Warrnambool that depicted plants to emulate the Great Barrier Reef.