Joint Winners: Chris + Kim : Loggia
All plants were selected for their foliage impact, low maintenance and grow well in low light.
- Hanging baskets: Boston Ferns
- Large planter: Bird of Paradise (strelitzia) with succulent under planting
- Table decoration: Moth Orchid (phalaenopsis)
- Vertical garden: Assorted ferns (Aus and NZ species)
Joint Winners: Julia + Sacha : Loggia
Central pots act as living wall to segment the loggia between living and dining areas. Stag horns are easy to grow and create a structural focal point. All plants are low maintenance.
- Tall pots: Bird of Paradise (strelitzia) and Devil’s Ivy
- Centre pots: Rhaphis palm
- Wall planter: Stag horn
- Fern planter: Maidenhair fern
Will + Karlie : Loggia
Mixed under planting attracts the eye through the use of colour and texture. The use of turf extends the entertaining area adding an extra outdoor space. The colour of climbing senecio adds a vibrant splash to a strong feature wall.
- Screening: Strelitzia, Raphus palms, bromeliads, assorted ferns
- Central pillar: senecio
- Pot: Dracaena draco
Dan + Carleen : Loggia
Large containers add a punch of greenery to this indoor area. Tropical feel with a mixture of hardy low maintenance plants. Under planting in a container maximises growing area in small spaces.
-Assorted foliage plants (palms, ficus and spathiphyllum)
Andy + Ben : Loggia
The boys ran out of cash early in the week wish severely impacted their loggia. They used cement sheeting as a low cost material to achieve their grungy industrial look and some beautiful green life from Mitre 10.