A formal affair

In Kingswood, Adelaide, a residence with bold, red-brick architecture required a garden that matched the home’s striking aesthetic. The homeowners dreamed of an elegant, formal garden with lush green foliage, a water feature, roses and hedging. Their love of autumn also meant the planting palette had to support a yellow and orange colour spectrum while complementing the architecture and wider landscape. Extra amenities

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