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All the latest looks and styles to put
the spring back into your garden
WORDS Anna Flanders + Lisa Amphlett
Discover the people who are upping the appeal of our outdoors... Among the many winners
of the recent Landscape Industries Association of WA awards, we loved the simplicity and
sustainable style of Japane se Lan dsc aping’s Ze n Garde n. Eiji Morozu mi – a landscape d esigne r
and bonsai expert – is the man behind it. Judges said “The dark colours of foregrounds
increase legibility of layers; the effective scale of retained existing cap rock creates view and
context to level, raked grounds and the foreground. And there is good retention of local trees
and shrubs.” We say “Eiji has respected a sense of place and highlighted the beauty of the
Australian bush and its subtle colours with a gentle, and respectful, Japanese touch.”
Japanese Land scaping (08) 9405 4456, j apaneselandscaping.com.au.
Japanese Land scaping wo n top contrac tor
for residential (see mo re of this garden i n
o ur nex t issue) and New forms Landscape
Architecture won top designer of the year.
For more winners, see our annual
Outdoors & Gardens magazine,
out September 22 .
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