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eBook Living in the Garden: Australian Style ePub

by Lisa Stafford,Rick Eckersley

  • ISBN: 0850915880
  • Category: Gardening and Landscape Design
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Lisa Stafford,Rick Eckersley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lothian Books (December 1993)
  • Pages: 202
  • ePub book: 1284 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1377 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
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When Eckersley does rosemary he doesn't go for a pot but for a dramatic cascading bank. He grows the notoriously vigorous Pandorea pandorana as big as a house and, likewise leaves Acanthus mollis to spread into a wild, glossy stretch. Elsewhere, he has great carpets of succulents or native grasses, all pierced by winding paths that lead visitors around his four hectares. Just as Fred Williams highlighted the patterns in the Australian landscape, Eckersley says he wants the garden to look like it might have occurred naturally but to feel "defined" at the same time. It's soft sculpture," he says. It's not too serious but a little bit humorous.

Approaching Eckersley Garden Architecture through mutual connections (he’d previously laboured for his Dad’s business Parterre . Getting jobs these days is all about being there at the right time, or already having your foot in the door.

Approaching Eckersley Garden Architecture through mutual connections (he’d previously laboured for his Dad’s business Parterre Landscapes), he scored a one-day-a-week gig. At the same time, he worked at Warner’s Nurseries in the advanced tree potting team. Both jobs set him up with invaluable horticultural and construction skills he utilises each day as a Senior Landscape Designer at E-ga.

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Rick Eckersley reflects on his creation at Musk Cottage. Take in the calm and serenity of this section of the gardens. The garden was to be recognisably Australian in flavour but seamlessly knitted with plants from around the world. A melting pot, if you like. The original house has since been renovated and extended, a pool and spa added and, of course, a lush garden cultivated. The property is unique. While many homes can have a garden designed by Rick Eckersley, this is his holiday home and garden, RT Edgar Flinders managing director Holly Longmuir said. The interiors offer wonderful views of the gardens.

Living In The Garden: Australian Style - ISBNdb (books and publications). Rick & Lisa Stafford, and I (Doug Lanier), trek out to Penn Center School Heritage Festival, On St. Helena Island. author: Lisa Stafford. The 48 mile ride was done on one a perfect day for riding. We were met on St. Helena Island by Charles Keith, and invited to his home for lunch.

Robyn Eckersley (born 1958) is a Professor and Head of Political Science in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia. Eckersley grew up in Perth and graduated in law from the University of Western Australia

Robyn Eckersley (born 1958) is a Professor and Head of Political Science in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne, Australia. Eckersley grew up in Perth and graduated in law from the University of Western Australia. She studied at the University of Cambridge, and has a PhD in environmental politics from the University of Tasmania. She was previously a public lawyer, then a lecturer at Monash University until 2001 when she moved to the University of Melbourne.

Every aspect of home life can be influenced by your garden, If that sounds like an overstatement, this is the book to prove the point. Living in the garden shows how to shape the garden into a place that offers great family and individual entertainment. For Australian who can and do enjoy outdoor living more than most, this is the perfect source of all toes ideas you need to take your life into the garden or bring the garden into your life.