60 Walker Street, Clifton Hill
Saturday 11 February, 2017
10.00am - 4.30pm
Entry price $8 (Under 18 free). Students $5.
This young inner urban garden, designed by local architect and landscape architect Megan Hamer, replaced a wood chip wasteland inherited by the owners when they moved into the house six years ago. Work commenced in the garden approximately four years ago and a productive olive tree is the only reminder of the woodchip years.
Today it is a luscious green oasis with a dog-friendly lawn area, ornamental planting beds and a small productive garden providing a relaxed outdoor space for family living. The garden belies its age and the plants have been selected to fill the spaces with informal and luscious growth that requires little maintenance for a time-poor garden owner. This garden demonstrates what can be achieved in just a few short years - maximum effect for minimum effort.
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