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Mount Gambier

Before and After outside of Mt Gambier

This is a recent project on a property just outside Mt Gambier that was in need of some TLC.

The left side of the picture always shows the BEFORE and the right hand side shows how it looked afterwards.

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Before and After outside Mt Gambier

The picture on the left is the before image and the picture on the right is the after. The roses have been pruned, the borders cleared and the lawn cut.













Beforeand After outside Mt Gambier

The borders have been freshened and the paths cleared.












Before and After gardening work outside Mt Gambier

The border has been weeded and the plants pruned. Next the bark will be added to the border.












Garden Maintenance Mount Gambier Before and After

The fruit trees and bushes have been pruned.












Garden Maintenance Mount Gambier Before and After

The fruit trees and bushes have been pruned and the leaves removed from the netting (without cutting the netting)


Gardening work before and after in Mt Gambier

The grass has been cut and the shrubs tidied up.


Tidying and planting

Sometimes the job isn’t a big renovation but a simple tidy up and re-planting so that a property can be let to new tenant.

Calary Gardens Tidying and planting











Borderwatch local news

Calary Gardens in Border Watch

I was interviewed by the local paper The Borderwatch because they found out about me through the Welcome Programme for Skilled Migrants.

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Adrian came to us highly recommended as a qualified and experienced horticulturist.
Our garden and our enjoyment of it have benefited from Adrian's efforts and long term perspectives.

Suzie and Malcolm Murray, South Australia, January 2011


All through the long winter, I dream of my garden. On the first day of spring, I dig my fingers deep into the soft earth. I can feel its energy, and my spirits soar.

— Helen Hayes