Feast your eyes on these to-die-for gardens, each of which features Paul’s distinctive simplicity and elegance, as he writes passionately of his deeply personal relationship with each property and its owners.
Whether you're creating a garden for an inner-city courtyard or a rambling rural estate, this book contains the practical advice readers need to give their own patch of green the Paul Bangay look.
In 1998 Australian designer Stuart Rattle purchased the dilapidated Musk schoolhouse and surrounding grounds. Over the following few decades it was to become his most enduring project – a true labour of love, with every detail of the buildings and grounds carefully considered.
The Garden at Stonefields reveals the triumphs and trials of designing and building this extraordinary house and garden – Paul Bangay's most challenging and personal project yet.
Paul Bangay guides us through the triumphs and mishaps of large-scale gardening of a history site.