"This was the first botanical garden purely for Australian native plants"



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In our second exclusive interview from the 2013 World Architecture Festival, Scott Adams of Taylor Cullity Lethlean discusses the design of The Australian Garden, which won the award for best landscape project.

The Australian Garden by landscape studio Taylor Cullity Lethlean and plant expert Paul Thompson is a 25-hectare area of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne, Australia, dedicated to the country’s indigenous plant life.

“This was the first botanical garden in Australia, if not the world, that is for Australian natives only,” Adams says.

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“This was the first botanical garden purely for Australian native plants”



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