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Now in its 15th year, the celebrated Melbourne
International Flower & Garden Show returns to the
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens in
March. It will once again showcase the creativity and
passion of Australia's top floral and landscape designers,
with sensational show gardens, stunning floral displays
and inspirational ideas for around the garden. The
500-plus exhibitors range from suppliers of floral and
garden products and services to producers of outdoor
living and design sustainability produc ts. March 24-28.
Buy tickets at the gate or book through racv.com.au/travel
or by calling 131 329. For more information, (03) 9864 1111,
These locally manufactured Q Design screens provide the perfect finishing touch to an alfresco area.
They come in a range of sizes, designs and materials, plus five di erent finishes, including Mild Steel, Rust/Seal,
Corten (self-rusting), stainless steel and powercoated aluminium. Each screen is made to order (prices start from
$950 [1200x2400mm]), so it can be customised to your tastes and needs within the limitations of the material.
Majool, 339 Hay Street, Subiaco, (08) 9380 6822, majool.com.au.
A Blooming Good Time
From designer Ramon Esteve comes this sleek sunlounger,
the Gandia Blasco Na Xemena Tumbona. Made from
anodised aluminium with white polyethylene slats and a
removable, upholstered foam mattress, it's a drool-worthy
(and practical) outdoor accessory. An adjustable backrest
makes it extra comfy. Prices start from $3500. Majool, 339
Hay Street, Subiaco, (08) 9380 6822, majool.com.au.
OUTDOOR DESIRES: Gardens
created at last year's event by
landscape designers Christian
Jenkins (left) and Phillip Johnson.
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