Fiona Johnson and Alex Kruczaj’s Garden, Blayney NSW
The house is situated just below the brow of a hill and the main part of the garden runs downhill from the house. Fiona has planted many interesting plants in an intensive series of beds, with contrasting sized plants. We all commented on how beautifully the leptospermums were flowering here. The gravel paths were edged with many different types of daisy. Acacia falciformis or Mountain Hickory was in full flower and a magnet for insects. Alex has built some beautiful stone walls for the garden and also added some quirky metal artwork. Fiona has planted some tanks above the ground with indigenous plants to give them better drainage.
For more information on this garden the following issues of the Garden Design Study Group Newsletter:
- Newsletter 93, February 2016, p. 3
- Newsletter 91, August 2015, p. 1
- Newsletter 90, May 2015, p. 3
- Newsletter 85, February 2014, p. 14