Calary Gardens

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Welcome to Calary Gardens

*** My website is being updated and some strange things may happen during that time ***

Welcome to my website about my garden maintenance company Calary Gardens.

To find out more about me personally click Adrian Jameson here.

To read all the testimonials click Testimonials here and you can see pictures of my work in the posts on this blog.

To contact me please use the click here to contact Calary Gardens.

If you have any problems with any of those links then you can use the  links at the top of the page.


The Junction – joint project with Rotary

The Junction garden was a joint volunteer project with the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West in December 2012.

The first pictures show before and after pictures of the renovation.

The Junction before and after

The Junction before and after. Volunteer project with Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West.











The Junction volunteer project

Before and after at the Junction. A joint volunteer project with the Rotary Club of Mount Gambier West.













Below are some updated photos taken in September 2013.




The Junction

The Junction in September 2013.
















Preparing House for Auction

This house has recently been prepared for auction in the Mount Gambier area.

Calary Gardens preparing house for auction

This is the before and after pictures when a rose bed was prepared for auction.


Calary Gardens hedge

This hedge around the outdoor area needed to be trimmed and this image shows the before and after images.


Hedge trimmed for auction

This image shows the before and after pictures for the other end of the hedge.


Preparing outdoor area for auction

Preparing outdoor area for auction


Hedge prepared for auction house

Hedge prepared for auction house


















































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Through his business, Calary Gardens, we employed Adrian Jameson to assist with the renovation of a large section of our overgrown garden; in the short time since then, the garden has sprung back to life and has never looked better, and is now much easier to maintain.

Libby and Bob Furner, South Australia January 2011


Gardening is a kind of disease. It infects you, you cannot escape it. When you go visiting, your eyes rove about the garden; you interrupt the serious cocktail drinking because of an irresistible impulse to get up and pull a weed.

— Lewis Gannit