Bangay Blooms

One of my favorite things about having a blog is getting to connect with people all around the world. Interestingly enough, a great deal of my readers are from Australia. Good taste is universal, and I am so happy I have been able to connect with many Aussies through my instagram and other social media accounts. While I often post so many designs of homes and landscapes by Americans, I thought it would be a good idea to branch out today to the great down under.

I stumbled upon the landscape and garden design of Australian Paul Bangay early on in my blog, so when I came across one of his images recently I thought I would do further research on his work. I can certainly say I was not left disappointed. His gardens are thoughtful, detailed, and perfectly scaled. I am sure most of my Australian readers are aware of his work, but I just had to share his flawless execution and timeless landscape design with everyone.

G’day All!

Tips from Paul Bangay

Winding balls of boxwood with pea gravel by Paul Bangay

The perfect pathway of pea gravel lined with beautiful boxwood. Photo source: Paul Bangay

A perfectly hedges home by Paul Bangay

A high hedged home that is every bit of class and elegance. Photo source: Pinterest

Heavenly stairs by Paul Bangay available as greeting cards via redbubble

Bangay is talented making the placement of everything look as if it has been there for years, and will be for years to come. Photo source: Red Bubble

Hurtsville gardens by Paul Bangay via his website

Classically fresh and sophisticated. I love the gray herringbone brick surrounded by the tall and perfectly trimmed trees. Photo source: Paul Bangay

Incredible hedges by Paul Bangay of Australia

Serene and peaceful walls of green compliment this fountain inlet within the garden. Photo source: Paul Bangay

Incredible lanscaping of boxwoods by Paul Bangay

I love how Bangay uses different sizes of sphered boxwood to frame this fountain. Photo source: Paul Bangay

Paul Bangay beautiful boxwoods via is website

A field straight out of my dreams. Photo source: Paul Bangay

Paul Bangays Beautiful Lanscape on this home front via Pinterest

No detail is overlooked, even the home itself blends with Bangay’s garden design. I appreciate how the house is not completely covered, but has the perfect amount of landscape application. Photo source: Pinterest

Pergola with hydrangeas and boston ivy by Paul Bangay via Pinterest

On the other hand, here is a house completely covered. I love it just as much. From the pergola to the hydrangeas and Boston ivy, this home has an enchanting aesthetic. Photo source: Pinterest

Potted Boxwod by Paul Bangay on Desire to Inspire

A beautifully potted boxwood. I really admire the use of a green pot for the boxwood. Photo source: Desire to Inspire

Stonefields by Paul Bengay via ecooutdoor

A partially covered pond creates a stillness in this garden area of green with some flowering plants. Photo source: Eco Outdoor

A glorious fall landscape by Paul Bengay via Weekly Times Now

Fall foliage covers this home with rectangular topiaries and a pond with breathtaking views (see pond below). Seriously, I am ready for a Australian vacation. Photo source: Weekly Times Now

Stonefields by Paul Bengay via Flickr

Sunken patio with incredible hedging by Paul Bangay

A sunken patio creates an unexpected aspect in this fairytale landscape oasis. Photo source: Paul Bangay

Roses and Russian Sage with potted boxwoods and benches by Paul Bangay via his website

It is clear that Bangay is a master of his craft. He has the upmost respect from this potted boxwood. To purchase his books: Click to Visit His Book Shop Online