Specialising in garden design, construction and maintenance, Pepo’s focus is to incorporate functional, sculptural and edible elements into the gardens they create.
January 15th, 2014
Pepo Botanic Design is a a team of visual artists, landscape architects, horticulturists and food enthusiasts. In collaboration with some amazing artists, Pepo have had the opportunity to contribute to properties in Sydney and regional New South Wales.
The team draws inspiration from the botanical world, and a desire to share the serenity, nourishment and beauty of expertly design gardens.
Pepo was established in 2001 by Nicola Cameron and has grown to attract home owners, architects and restaurateurs looking for creative garden solutions. By building and maintaining the gardens they design, Pepo is known for providing a finely tuned and appealing landscape service.
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