The Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show is returning to the Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens this March. With a selection of international designers headlining the Show Gardens. Today I have some of the garden designs that were featured in last years Garden Show. Come and take a look.
A selection of the most talented local and international landscape designers will go head-to-head to win the Southern Hemisphere’s largest and most coveted gardening awards.
Designed by Stem Landscape Architecture
Constructed by Indigenous Design Landscaping
Some of the Designers include Ross Uebergang and Yousuke Yamaguchi, who will integrate a Japanese tea ceremony into their garden of native plants, and Christian Jenkins whose mindfulness garden will be created in collaboration with Beyond Blue
Garden Design by Cycas Landscape Design
Garden Design by Inspired Exteriors
Landscape by Charlie Albone
Garden design by PTA Landscapes
Mum and I love to have a look around the Garden Show and we always find the perfect spot under the shade of the trees in the Carlton Gardens to have some lunch, it really is a beautiful setting to sit there and enjoy a gorgeous Autumn day in Melbourne .
Garden design by Space Capsule Landscape Design
The floral displays will again be in the Great Hall this year and you can visit the gardens by twilight on Friday 23rd March.
There will be over 800 exhibitors at this years Melbourne International Garden and Flower show including a large range of products to make your gardening easier.
Tickets are now on sale to the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show.
Dates: Wednesday 21 – Sunday 25 March 2018 Times: Open 9am – 5pm daily Gardens by Twilight – Friday March 23 until 9:00pm Venue: Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, Carlton