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Five Dock

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Corden Avenue, Five Dock, pioneers the concept of a true driveway garden.


Five Dock

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Five Dock is the suburb for packed gardens.


Five Dock

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This tree appears to be having a rest from growing in Queens Road, Five Dock.


Glenhaven

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Would you like a vertical garden at the front of your place?
See next three photos


Glenhaven

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Or 16 of them? You can count them when you walk Edgecliff Road, Glenhaven.
(Also see previous photo and next two photos)


Glenhaven

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Still more in Gilmour Close, Glenhaven.
(Also see previous two photos and next photo)


Glenhaven

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Ten, in fact.
(Also see previous three photos)


Granville

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One of the most imposing trees I have seen in small, private gardens, is at the corner of Clyde and William Streets, Granville.

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