TreesAraucaria cunninghamii (hoop pine), Delonix regia (poinciana), Grevillea robusta (silky oak), Lophostemon confertus (Queensland brush box), Melaleuca leucadendron (paperbark), Melaleuca quinquenervia (broad-leaved paperbark), Tristaniopsis laurina (water gum), Waterhousea floribunda (weeping lilly pilly).
Groundcovers and grassesCrinum pedunculatum (swamp lily), Dianella brevipedunculata (blue flax-lily), Doryanthes palmeri (spear lily), Ficus pumila (creeping fig), Lomandra hystrix (green mat-rush), Lomandra longifolia (spiky-head mat-rush), Myoporum ellipticum (coastal myoporum), Myoporum parvifolium (creeping myoporum), Pennisetum alopecuroides (swamp foxtail), Proiphys cunninghamii (Brisbane lily).
Opened in 2005, the Cheonggyecheon Stream Restoration Project “daylighted” a neglected watercourse in the centre of Seoul that was previously covered over by an elevated highway, and prior to that, was basically an open sewer.
Howard Tanner visits the oldest and most distinguished garden trade show in the world and finds a breathtaking range of design ideas and plant material.
MVRDV has converted a former overpass into a plant-covered walkway in Seoul, South Korea. Landscape Australia editor Ricky Ray Ricardo visited the project and penned this postcard.
Cassandra Chilton reviews the recent exhibition Sh*t Gardens of Melbourne II: A Celebration Not a Condemnation – an unofficial fringe event to the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
This “glass garden” by artist Janet Laurence at the Novartis Pharmaceuticals headquarters in Sydney occupies a space between art, science, imagination and memory.
A review of the 2016 Barcelona International Biennial of Landscape Architecture.
Working in parallel with French architects Studio Odile Decq, Hassell has designed an immersive and tactile landscape outside the Chinese city of Nanjing.
A jury consisting of Mark Jacques, Sharon Mackay and Susan Ryan AO present the following list of esteemed fellows in Australian landscape architecture.