Category: News

Genus Landscape Architects back online for 2015!

March 27, 2015 | 0 Comments


Welcome to the new Genus website! As promised we are back online with a new look and while it would have been nice to have a grand opening or even a countdown, the Genus team has been busy doing what we do best! Current projects include: Primary School garden in Hampton Secondary School courtyard in […]
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Project Update | Conservatory Malvern East

August 18, 2014 | 0 Comments


We are pretty excited to be involved in this project: Conservatory Malvern East by CHT Architects It is always great to work with a client and design team with a shared passion for the project and to see the evolution of a landscape from concept to reality! Well we are halfway there with Conservatory.  The […]
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Work is underway on the Mt Eliza Garden | Project Update

July 18, 2013 | 2 Comments


We have been working with our clients on this project for a year now, so it great to finally be getting into the construction and seeing good progress on site! This home in Mt Eliza (built by Latitude 37 Homes) sits on a fantastic elevated block providing views across to Port Phillip Bay.  While the […]
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Our feature on ‘Best Gardens’ | Genus Office Update

June 21, 2013 | 0 Comments


It has been a busy time at the Genus office. The team is working hard on a variety of projects including private garden concepts in Seaford and Bentleigh, unit developments in Carrum Downs and an aged care facility in Hawthorn. We’ve also received plenty of wonderful feedback following our segment on ‘Best Gardens’!  For anyone […]
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Summer Flowers in Pots and Planters | Feature Post – IOTA Australia

May 6, 2013 | 0 Comments


Today we bring you another guest post by Nicholas Jones – Managing Director at IOTA Australia.  With the cold weather approaching, Nicholas is looking forward to the warmer months and gives some great tips to let your plan for colour in your garden after Winter! IOTA are a major sponsor of our ‘Autumn Garden Revival’ […]
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