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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia Traditional Landscape, Melbourne

Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
Inspiration for a traditional landscaping in Melbourne for fall. — Houzz

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Ashley Keller wrote:
What is the plant with the orange leaves?
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Andrew Renn
A mix of Virginia creeper and Boston Ivy.
The gate as I have mentioned before is at my family home.
I'm sure a good timber gate builder near you could build it.
waynestan wrote:
Plant - Can you tell me what is the plant growing over the brick wall thank you
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Andrew Renn

A mix of Virginia creeper and Boston ivy.

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wittjc wrote:
The original question was not answered - Is the vine surrounding the door some kind of grape? If not what is it. (plant, not paint) Thanks!
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A mix of Boston ivy and Virginia creeper.

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All wrote:
What is the name of wiping tree/bush on the right side?
mickeypat wrote:
Where can I buy a gate like this?

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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Landscape Detail: Do Fence Me In
Where's the fence? For those looking to create an outdoor room, it doesn't get any better than a living fence and a crisp, clean white gate. And this type of fence will change with the seasons: barer and more transparent in winter, and full and dense in late summer.Further reading: Check out Fences: Authentic Details for Design and Restoration, by Peter J. Harrison, if you're looking for some nice information on historic fences.Browse photos of fence designsMore:12 Great Fences and Gates
Debra Prinzing added this to Garden Design Essentials: Shape and Mass
Some shapes are so distinctly associated with a design style that they become iconic. You'd assume that this arched door in a garden wall was built to complement a Tudor-style cottage, for example. The diamond-pattern lattice in the door's upper portion is echoed by X-shaped bracing on the lower portion of the door. Utterly charming.
Frank Organ added this to Get the Mystery of a Gothic Garden for Yourself
Gothic Garden FeaturesThe pointed arch is without a doubt one of the most Gothic architectural features. Often seen in the majestic Gothic cathedrals of northern France and England, the pointed arch took over for the more rounded Romanesque arch in the 12th century. Here it is used as a beautiful gateway, setting the scene for the Gothic-style garden within.
Jay Sifford Garden Design added this to Explore Your Garden Personality: The Traveler
This door marks the entrance to a walled garden. Notice how it creates a totally different feeling and sense of anticipation than does the bridge in the previous photograph. You may feel that an old-world cottage garden, full of billowy flowers and fragrance, lies beyond. Like the bridge in the previous photograph, it begins to tell a story.
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Landscape designer Andrew Renn made a smaller but no less dramatic Gothic statement with this garden gate.
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1. Practical fantasy. This is my sort of garden gate. It’s sturdy and pretty, with a pleasing arch and fretwork panel, yes, but it also promises magical things to come once you open the latch and step through into the walled garden beyond. Living in a fantasy world, moi?

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