Eva – landscape & garden designer


Eva has been involved in Garden Design and Horticulture for over 30 years and has qualifications in Agriculture, Permaculture and Training and Assessment IV. She has operated her own Garden Design business for a number of years with assignments in the domestic, rural acreage, commercial and urban landscape formats. In recent years she has been passing on her experience through teaching in various TAFE courses and in adult education.

Her expertise has been called upon through her participation in a number of Port Macquarie-Hastings Council agencies including the Naming Committee, Futures Development and Timber Taskforce Boards. She has also participated in a number of community based activities including design work for Rotary with the renewed Rotary Park precinct and rehabilitation of 28 Sesquicentennial Anniversary Fig Trees in Wauchope CBD Hastings Street. Eva is a Member of the Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers, and stays abreast of new developments on the technology and science surrounding horticulture, biodiversity and sustainable use of resources.

Summary of services: visiting clients > undertaking horticultural assessments & analysing practical, aesthetic, environmental, sustainable components of design merit > designing garden plans/planting layouts > advising about tree planting schemes > planning restoration projects > organising horticultural trials > making presentations >  writing advisory leaflets and reports > attending conferences # maintaining awareness of industry developments > helping clients and community groups overcome their horticultural problems > and increasing real estate values by horticulture

I love the intellectual challenge of problem-solving…it’s a process both stimulating and fulfilling. Eva


Dip App Sc Ag University of ADELAIDE Agriculture
Permaculture and Training and Assessment IV
Member of: Australian Institute of Landscape Designers and Managers
For more information about Eva, read a recent interview with focus magazine:  http://focusmag.com.au/pmq/interviews/eva-cassegrain

All anything takes, really, is confidence. Rachel Ward rachel ward 2