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Is Paul bangay married?

Is Paul bangay married?

Barry McNeillm. 2014
Paul Bangay/Spouse

What plants does Paul bangay use?

PAUL BANGAY: You’ll get to see there’s a lot of the jasmine. I love using the jasmine the Chinese Star Jasmine (Star Jasmine -Trachelospermum jasminoides) as a ground cover and I like all these perennials underneath as well.

Where does Paul bangay live?

Located halfway between Kyneton and Daylesford, and surrounded by some of Victoria’s finest wineries, quaintest farmers markets, richest dining experiences and most awe-inspiring views, The Farm House is a labour of love for internationally lauded landscape designer, Paul Bangay.

What flowers bloom all year round in Melbourne?

Below are some of the most popular of flowers that bloom during summer:

  • Sunflowers.
  • Carnation.
  • Celosias.
  • Dahlias.
  • Everlasting daisies.
  • Nasturtiums.
  • Petunias.
  • Poppies.

What can I plant with lavender border Australia?

Lavender Plant Companions

  • Echinacea.
  • Aster.
  • Sedum.
  • Wild indigo.
  • Baby’s breath.
  • Drought tolerant roses.

What plant comes up every year?

Perennials come back every year, growing from roots that survive through the winter. Annuals complete their life cycle in just one growing season before dying and come back the next year only if they drop seeds that germinate in the spring.

What flowers stay green all year?

Best Evergreen Flowering Plants to Grow

  1. 01 of 11. Rhododendrons. Daniele SCHNIEDER / Getty Images.
  2. 02 of 11. Azalea Shrubs. David Beaulieu.
  3. 03 of 11. Mountain Laurel. Michael Melford / Getty Images.
  4. 04 of 11. Andromeda.
  5. 05 of 11. Winter Heath.
  6. 06 of 11. Daphne.
  7. 07 of 11. Chinese Fringe Flower.
  8. 08 of 11. Creeping Myrtle.

What should not be planted with lavender?

What Not to Plant With Lavender

  • Mint. While we’re on the topic of herbs, let’s chat about one that just won’t do near your lavender – mint.
  • Camellias. There are many flowers that may have the potential to look fantastic with lavender.
  • Hostas. A favorite easy-going perennial with stunning foliage is the hosta.
  • Impatiens.

Where is the best place to plant lavender?

Light: Lavender needs full sun and well-drained soil to grow best. In hot summer climates, afternoon shade may help them thrive. Soil: Lavender grows best in low to moderately-fertile soils, so don’t amend the soil with organic matter before planting. Lavender performs best in neutral to slightly alkaline soils.

Can you plant perennials in a raised bed?

Yes, you can grow perennials in raised-bed gardens. Monitor the soil moisture, as raised beds dry out more quickly than in-ground plantings. Water thoroughly as needed throughout the season and before the ground freezes in fall.

What kind of gardens does Paul Bangay have?

For 25 years Paul has been producing gardens that boast timeless elegance and classic simplicity. With distinctive traits like neat buxus hedges, straight stone paths, statues, water features and focal points, Bangay’s gardens are both exuberant and beautifully simple.

Who is Paul Bangay and what does he do?

For 25 years Paul Bangay has fulfilled his clients’ aspirations for gardens that are expressive of the timeless elegance and classic simplicity for which he is internationally renowned. Widely regarded as the foremost garden designer in Australia today, Bangay’s clients include a roster of the most prominent figures in business and culture.

How long has Paul Bangay been at Stonefields?

Paul Bangay’s celebrated Victorian property, Stonefields, has now been under his expert care for 15 years. Today, the garden is mature and more beautiful than ever – from the vibrant autumn colours in the woodland and evocative dormancy of winter to the jubilant flowering of the crab apple in springtime and perpetual rich harvest of produce.

How many people are on a Paul Bangay tour?

Each garden tour will be conducted by Paul personally, with tour numbers around 24 people to personalize the tour. Book as a single or small group. Following each tour, Paul’s current ‘in print’ books will be available for purchase and signing, and morning tea will be provided, where you can mingle and chat with Paul on a more informal basis.