Australia-based garden designer Paul Bangay, known for his ability to create a classic European formality in even the driest of climates, imposed symmetry, parterres, and precisely clipped hedges on historic, 147-acre Spray Farm on the Bellarine Peninsula in Melbourne. Bangay designed a symmetrical layout with low, clipped hedges to define the planting beds’ borders. Silvery santolinas are kept tightly pruned into distinct balls. Gravel pathways connect different sections of the garden. Blue and silver are the dominate colors in the formal beds. Clipped hedges at various heights define separate spaces in the garden. Grand sculptures are important focal points in a large garden.