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The garden created by Wendy Whiteley in Lavender Bay in Sydney, is a semi-tropical oasis, using plants that thrive in our climate.
Summer colour does not have to be all about flowers - there are wonderful foliage plants which flourish in our Sydney climate.
The use of dark-tinted foliage can add drama and interest to garden borders.
Plants with dramatic shapes can provide form and interest during the winter months.
Golden foliage can brighten up a gloomy winter's day.
September sees the unfurling of beautiful baby leaves everywhere.
I have vowed to look after my pot plants more diligently.
Some beautiful silver-foliage plants thrive in shade.
Meet a plant family with amazing foliage.
I enjoy seeing carpets of fallen leaves and flowers in autumn.
A stroll in the garden reveals many plants with attractive winter foliage.
A day in the garden reminds me of the value of tough bromeliads.
The continuing wet weather has seen foliage flourish.
Rex Begonia can give a lot of joy.
I pay homage to some of the quiet achievers in difficult spots in the garden.
Standard plants have a lot to offer in the garden.
Persicaria are vigorous and attractive foliage plants - that need control!
A nursery in Sydney's north-west specialises in plants for shady spots.
I like drama in the garden.
Meet some fab silver foliage plants for sun.
There are some lovely leaves around now!
Coleus are decorative yet tough!
Many plants are works of art!
Leaves with coloured undersides add interest to the garden!
These plants offer foliage contrast.
Plant pairings can be based on leaf shape!