Lyptus® has been used to form the
central deck, fascias to a cantilevered
roof and the staircase in the garden.
Landscape designer Sarah Eberle said
Lyptus® had provided the warmth of colour
needed to recreate the Mediterranean
environment of the garden.
The garden shows how landscape and
architecture can interact to provide
sustainable solutions to support high
density living, including the use of
vertical green walls and planted roofs.
decking is a prominent feature of the Monaco Garden at the 2011 Chelsea
is beautiful. The decking product is both durable and elegant. It has a
fine grain and a colour that ranges from light salmon to rich cherry.
Yet it is also versatile enough to take a wide range of stains and
Fast-growing eucalyptus trees cultivated on well-managed plantations in
South America and harvested to sustainable certification standards, make
environmentally responsible hardwood.
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