Christmas/New Years Closure

Our office and workshop will be closed for our annual Christmas break, from Friday 20th December and reopening on Monday January 6th, 2020.

Email enquiries will be attended to on our return.

We would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year and look forward to working with you in 2020.


Display 17th April: Beaumont House

The National Trust of SA will be hosting a ‘Victoriana Day of historical Child’s Play’ at Beaumont House as part of the Heritage Festival on Sunday 17th April from 11am. Andrew will be doing blacksmithing displays on the day. Bring your children and grandchildren along to the extensive and beautiful gardens of Beaumont House for stories, dress-ups, animal petting and lots of games and activities from long ago. There will be food-trucks and Devonshire Teas on the veranda for the adults. Should be a fun-packed day!

Victorian Play Day

The Unconventional Guide to Garden Arches

picture of fat lady in small underwear next to garden arch

Don’t try to tailor your plant to any old support structure. Tailor your support to your plant and really show off those assets. Remember, no big lady looked good in an undersized garment! Many people start by looking for a garden arch, arbour or trellis feature and then look for any old plant to grow over it. It seems to be the ‘conventional’ way of doing things! However, why not try the unconventional way and break the mould?

Turnaround times – Oct 2015

Update By: admin
Date: January 19, 2015

Due to a huge number of orders the workshop is fully booked till Xmas when we will be taking a 1 month  break. Oct/Nov/Dec orders will be ready early 2016.