Anthony Paul


The reason why Anthony’s gardens work well is that his designs are simple, very low in maintenance and well executed. He works with a simple palette and materials that (obviously when used properly) are visually stunning and well textured. Where he can Anthony uses native species and takes into consideration the environment. Watch out for your carbon footprint folks!

"The way a garden sits in the landscape is my main concern. I sometimes feel that I fill the foreground like a stage, and the background is done by a far bigger hand than mine; the borrowed scenery gives presence and credibility to my designs, a fusion between inspiration and vision, though never pure serendipity" - Anthony Paul

Source: http://www.anthonypaullandscapedesign.com

09/27/13 at 12:49am
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