Ivy & Bloom
26 Reviews
Ivy & Bloom's landscape designer Dee McQuillan has a flair for creating beautiful spaces that are unique and individualistic and designed with each client in mind Our extensive plant knowledge will bring the garden to life with colour, texture and fragrance. We utilise a range of design software as well as sketches and hand drafting, and can also create colour, plant and accessory palettes to help you visualise our concepts. From specialist consultation through to detailed concept design and planting design, we can offer a solution tailor-made to your requirements, creating a beautiful and functional garden that you will love to live in.

Our work has been featured in "Your Home and Garden" Magazine, "Habitat by Resene" Magazine and several Houzz editorials.

Ivy and Bloom are also registered beekeepers and operate an urban beehive lease service.

Favourite Quote? "I must have flowers. Always, and always" Claude Monet

Services Provided
Deck Design, Drought Tolerant Landscaping, Edible Gardens, Garden Design, Landscape Design, Landscape Plans, Patio Design, Site Planning, Planting design, softscape design, Planting plans, garden renovations, landscape renovations, Garden consultation, Garden Maintenance programmes, Plant supply

Areas Served
Auckland, Franklin, Waikato, Central Plateau

Certifications and Awards
Certificate in Landscape Design
Accredited member of Landscaping New Zealand
Master of Arts, Post Graduate Diploma in Business
Registered beekeeper
Award Winning Landscape Designer in Auckland - 2018 Best of Houzz

Contact: Dee McQuillan
Location: Auckland
1072
New Zealand
Typical Job Costs: 1200 - 5,000.00
Our design work is on quotation - our initial consultation for design projects is free of charge. If you do not require a detailed set of plans, we also offer a Specialist Garden Consultation service for general design advice, ideas, plant recommendations, specialist garden care knowledge or garden coaching. Enquire for pricing.
Commented: Narrow shady garden - help! A nice flowering hedge would give you height to disguise the bathroom windows and seasonal interest. Michelia gracipes or a camellia sasanqua both cope with shade and can be kept clipped tall and narr...
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Commented: Love leaves a memory that no one can steal. Garden BEFORE & AFTER Truly inspirational and a beautiful garden - thank you for sharing the story
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Commented: Wysteria - a blessing or a curse? They're a blessing and a curse at the same time! Providing you are really strict with keeping them trimmed and under control, I feel they're worth the work. And that fragrance, wow!!
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Commented: Suggestions for front deck needed Having the sides built in makes it seem very crowded and obstructive. It seems to be very low to the ground - if so, then I would remove the sides and railings and plant right up to the deck, perhaps ...
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Commented: What are the plants on the cross wires Thank you for your kind comments! The plants being trained along the wires are trachelospermum jasminoides (star jasmine). Gorgeous fragrance when it flowers in spring.
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Commented: How do I update and boost my street appeal? The front hedge is a bit off-putting to me. Perhaps you could consider reducing its height so that it is not so much of a "solid wall' effect and perhaps offers a tantalising glimpse of the front...
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Ivy & Bloom is following Malgorzata Helman Landscape Design
Ivy & Bloom added a photo to Ideabook: Urban and courtyard
Ivy & Bloom added 2 photos to Ideabook: Formal Garden Style