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The design approach taken at Plot is to view every garden or project as an opportunity to improve our ecosystem and provide environmental benefits. The gardens that we design seek to reuse materials where possible, incorporate garden beds to provide opportunities for plantings, minimise hard impermeable surfaces and reduce stormwater runoff.


The brief for each garden we design is guided by our clients requirements and preferences. They are designed to complement the home and provide the functional needs of our clients. Planting provides an opportunity to include native plants that enhance ecological benefits and support wildlife, productive plantings to enhance personal sufficiency or flowering plantings to support local pollinators.


We are always excited to collaborate with likeminded clients, architects, designers and developers who value landscape and the appreciate the benefits that they can provide.

Gardens provide an opportunity to improve your surrounds, provide passive cooling for a home, provide ecological benefits, provide nature play, offer seasonal interest, improve mental and physical wellbeing and improve your property value.

Get to Know Us

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Phoebe Gordon

Registered Landscape Architect 

Phoebe graduated from the University of Canberra with a Bachelor in Landscape Architecture (hons). Since graduating she has worked on an array of projects from large scale master planning, tree management, commercial design and residential landscape design.


Having grown up in Canberra Phoebe has a true appreciation of the City, its context and the seasonal variability that impact upon gardens, both large and small. She has a particular interest in permaculture techniques and applications, as well as ecological design and the artistic opportunities that are present in the landscape. Phoebe enjoys gardening and pottering in her garden and relishing the opportunity to grow food, flowers and ecosytems with her children.

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