An Aussie Touch

You wouldn’t expect this beautiful perennial garden to be found on the other side of the world. Yet this riverside property, which echoes suburban Melbourne, is located north of the equator in Connecticut, USA.

The homeowners wanted their sprawling 1500sqm landscape to capture the feeling of their Australian home through sweeping lawns and stunning perennials, while also providing a space to entertain guests by the

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