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The foundation of Deep
Green Landscaping lies in
personal project management,
where the director oversees
Stewart Winsor of Winsor Landscaping
has recently joined forces with Julian
Rose of Deep Green Landscaping.
Both Stewart and Julian have enjoyed
great success on their own over the years.
Winsor Landscaping has twice been overall
winner and three times a finalist in the Landscape
Industry Association of Western Australia
(LIAWA) ‘Awards of Excellence’ in the contactor
category, while Deep Green was overall winner
of the LIAWA 2011 contractor category and 2011
Best New LIAWA Member, and has also received
numerous accolades in the commercial sector.
From contemporary courtyards and outdoor
rooms to landscape makeovers and large
commercial projects, Deep Green tailors its
services to meet the needs of their clients.
By using sustainable and environmentally
sound building processes, you can enjoy a
stunning outdoor area that leaves minimal
impact on the environment.
Aside from a shed and some turf, this
backyard was essentially bare prior to Winsor
Landscaping’s construction work. These works
were completed in accordance with a design by
long-term associate Janine Mendel of Cultivart
Large-scale earthworks and retaining walls
were required to set new levels for the backyard.
The whole site needed to be raised
approximately 450mm, and the only access
available was through the side gate, which
meant only a mini Bobcat could be used.
The new entry portico and stunning classical
courtyard at the back both complement the
traditional-style home with its red brick facade.
Main design features included limestone
pavers and retaining walls, wide-board jarrah
decking, a chunky timber arbor and vintage
stone tiling to the front portico.
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