Peter and Simone Shaw are in the business of creating beautiful, sustainable gardens. They run Ocean Road Landscaping, a landscape design and construction business specialising in environmentally sensitive residential gardens. Their own garden in Anglesea is a sculptural space – with an undulating lawn unlike any we’ve seen before!
The garden brings together tough, hardy native plants with sculptured grass mounds, and a canopy of local Stringybark gums. The centrepiece, at the bottom of the drive, is a dramatic display of shrubs clipped into ball shapes.
But don’t just stare at our photos, some things really are worth seeing ‘IRL’ to be properly appreciated…! Suss this unique sculptural garden for yourself this weekend thanks to Open Gardens Victoria!
Sunnymeade Garden Open Day
January 27th to 28th, 12-6pm
48 Harvey Street, Anglesea
On Saturday at 3.00pm, Peter Shaw from Ocean Road Landscaping will give a talk on creating coastal gardens. Then on Sunday at 3.00pm, Nick Day from Otway Indigenous Nursery will speak about using indigenous plants in the garden. Visit the Open Gardens Victoria website for further information.