Says Mueller, “I share this garden with a tribe of native friends, and have been lucky enough to meet the resident cranky old wombat. He likes to nibble on the lower limb foliage of the fruit trees.”
Says Mueller of her future plans for the garden, “My mission will remain to honor her wilderness, to plant native screens to help our native friends, with just a splash of color to complement such a pretty cottage!”
For more of our favorite gardens Down Under, see:
- 10 Garden Ideas to Steal from Australia
- Australian Open: A Romantic Landscape in the Southern Highlands
- Landscape Visit: Manicured—and Wild, on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula
N.B.: This is an update of a post published April 29, 2016.