Since moving to his six-and-a-half-acre (two-and-a-half-hectare) property 15 years ago, Sean Morrow and his wife and daughter have transformed it from a mostly grass-covered, empty block into a haven for wildlife. As a landscape and permaculture designer, Sean is able to envision what the place will look like years down the track and is constantly creating ever more gardens and habitats for wildlife to achieve his vision.

Sean has been a passionate gardener since he was eight, gardening and weeding for his neighbours as a child. He has always had a fondness for nature and its wildlife, especially lizards and frogs. He looked all

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