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Seaforth Landscape

This garden design was a challenging project, landscaping 1600m2 on a 45 degree slope with limited access via land or water. Inclinator stations, a series of sandstone steps and paths, along with decked viewing platforms lead down to the water. Along the way the planting is the highlight though; a mini botanic garden mixing ornamentals, native shrubs and some classic foreshore trees endemic to the natural landscape.

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pretenda wrote:
Lighting - Do you use 12v lighting for this? Seems like a long cabling run, if so, where are the transformers?
   Comment   September 19, 2012
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Thanks for your question. Yes we do use 12v lighting and the transformers are scattered throughout the garden.
September 27, 2012 at 4:17pm   
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