Canterbury, Victoria
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This inner city sanctuary incorporates clever design to maximise a compact space. The front area has been transformed into a dry rock landscape, creating ideal conditions for various water efficient Australian native plants.

The back section has been converted into a produce garden to foster self-sufficiency. Innovative use of espaliered citrus trained on brick walls camouflage urban brickwork. The water storage collected from roof water runoff provides irrigation for the produce garden and exotic plants in the rear courtyard.