Ross Uebergang is a qualified landscape designer, specialising in sustainable landscape design. Ross has a background in horticulture, and has qualifications in landscape construction, horticulture, sutainability and sustainable landscape design.
Ross refined his design and construction skills working with Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show gold medal winning, Paal Grant Designs. Ross currently teaches Landscape Design part-time at the University of Melbourne (Burnley) and Swinburne. He has been awarded Second Place at the Japan Gardening World Cup and the Don Flemming Medal at the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show.
See garden media publications that Ross has been featured in here.
"I believe that plants are the most important and rewarding part of any garden, and that gardens can be beautiful, functional yet also sustainable. I use 3d modelling to ensure that my landscape designs can be understood by everyone. The 3d plans we provide will give you confidence that the dreams for your garden will be realised."
Ross has been featured in magazines such as: Backyard & Garden Design Ideas, Outdoor Design & Living, the front cover of Baanlaesuan Magazine in Thailand, Landscape ME in the Middle East and in Home Garden & Exterior Japan. You may have also seen him on Gardening Australia, Better Homves and Gardens or Vasilis Garden.
At RossU Design we don't stand still. We never stop learning.
Diploma in Sustainable Landscape Design
Diploma in Ornamental Horticulture
Cert IV in Ornamental Horticulture
Diploma of Sustainability
Cert IV in Training and assessment
Everyone should have a garden that they can be proud of. A place where you can relax and enjoy the company of family and friends. Ross U Design and Landscape offer you creative landscapes that are beautiful, functional, productive and sustainable. We endeavour to create aesthetically pleasing landscape designs which limit the impact on our environment
A garden should reflect it's location and inhabitants
We seek to reveal the needs and wants of the owners whether you can verbalise them or not.