These photos were taken at the Australian Garden, Cranbourne Botanical Gardens in Melbourne Australia. This place is sheer joy for me. All the Aussie plants are name tagged – a great resource for any planting design project.
Here is rusted corten steel used once again to great effect along the edge of the ‘mandatory botanical garden water feature’. (take a look at the other article on corten steel in Melbourne).
The gabion bank stabilisers are looking a bit sloppy- thought a more 90 degree angle would be sought from such a high profile garden design? No big deal – sloppy works too.
Loads to explore. Oh dear – I do miss the blinding glare and brightness of Australia .