Australian Country

A feast of colour

As Alex Kowald traces the story of her garden in the Adelaide Hills, she began with a blank canvas in 1988 and has spent the better part of the ensuing 30 years colouring in the details.

“My family moved to the Hills when I was a teenager,” she explains. “I ended up marrying Neil, the boy from the dairy farm across the road. He was the fourth generation of his family to farm on Frosty Flats and

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