The Tatura Garden Club welcomed Betsy-Sue Clarke to Tatura last week for their annual seminar.
Dirtscape Dreaming director and founder Ms Clarke opened the seminar with stories of her clients and how gardens could reflect individual personalities.
Club president Cheryl Miller said more than 100 people attended the seminar that continued until 3pm.
‘‘Betsy-Sue encouraged us to create gardens for ourselves, it’s not about what’s trendy,’’ Ms Miller said.
The seminar continued with a presentation that included examples of gardens Ms Clarke had created.
Ms Miller said the second half of the seminar provided tips for downsizing and how to enjoy the space you have.
‘‘Everyone in the room could relate to her and her examples because she was so honest about her gardens and how she worked with small spaces,’’ she said.
Ms Miller is hoping to see Ms Clarke back in Tatura in the near future.