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Flooding and harsh conditions were just two of the challenges facing the Neville Stewart Landscaping team when they designed and built this native garden and boardwalk for a property at Kaka Point. Owner, Annie Rankin says, “People still stroll/cycle past and stop and chat about the garden when we are in there weeding. It continues to give us immense pleasure and less back-breaking work now. It will be amazing once the ferns take off.”

At Neville Stewart Landscaping we craft unique garden and urban landscape designs. By establishing a close working relationship with you and understanding your lifestyle, we deliver exactly what you want for your property.

We understand the challenges and micro-climates our region presents. Whether you want a garden that is low-maintenance, child-friendly, productive, formal, cottage, coastal, vibrant, filled with natives or a secret space to read a book we are the “go-to” company in Dunedin, Otago and Southland for landscaping design and construction.

If you have a home garden in Dunedin or anywhere in Otago … at some point you’re going to need help to redesign or make-over the landscape. You are going to need the services of Neville Stewart Landscaping. 

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If you're fortunate to be away for the school holidays just now, take the opportunity to scout out new ideas for your garden or property. You might be surprised at how you can adapt what you come across for your circumstances.

Here are a couple of examples from a recent trip to Central. The red tree is a Malus Gorgeous or crabapple and they are in their full glory right now. They really do look as spectacular as this one which is in Bannockburn and have the NSL seal of approval.

The second photo is the front garden of a home in Lowburn and shows what can be achieved on a steep section. There's a small waterfall running over shale rock walls down to a pond at the roadside. The planting includes lots of natives and while there may not be flowering colour at this time of year (although the toetoe look stunning), there is plenty of texture colour and interest. More than enough to stop the car, get out and take a closer look. We bet it would look completely different in spring.

This house overlooks Lake Dunstan and the garden has been planted so as to not interfere with the view. Terracing steep hillsides in this way makes both ecological and environmental sense.
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We are proud to have won a medal in the 2021 Landscapes Of Distiction Awards

Renovation and Home Design