16 February 2021
Beautiful gardens often combine natural plants and foliage with hardscape elements. One substance that you can use to build hardscape features in your backyard is natural stone. Consider the following ways you can include rock on your property. Retaining Walls Your garden doesn't have to be sloping or on a hill for you to enjoy the beauty and excitement of a retaining wall. You can build raised garden beds in a flat backyard, around which you can construct a retaining wall in travertine, sandstone or bluestone.
19 January 2021
Do you intend to create an outstanding landscape? Planting flowers is among the most efficient and affordable ways you can use to spruce up your garden or landscape. Flowers will beautify the outdoor space, attract pollinators like butterflies and bees into your home, enhance curb appeal and conserve the environment. But before you plant the flowers, it's crucial to understand that they come in different colours, sizes and texture. If you choose the right flowers, you will have a beautiful yellow, pink, red, purple or white landscape throughout the year.
18 January 2021
As a homeowner, you may want to have a beautiful and well-maintained outdoor space. This can help you connect with nature and enhances the aesthetic appearance and social value of your home. Installing a beautiful lawn is among the most effective ways you can improve your landscape. And although you can use various grass species to have a beautiful lawn, buffalo turf can be a great species for this purpose. Like other plants, buffalo turf needs proper care, particularly when installing it.
14 January 2021
If you need to use hydroseeding to improve an area of ground, then you can speed up the process by using a growth medium. These products stick to the ground and help it flourish. They also work against the negative effects of erosion. While control blankets, hydraulic mediums and fibre matrix solutions work in many situations, your best bet might be to go with a flexible growth medium. This kind of product introduces a mix of fibres, seeding and mulching ingredients to the soil to rejuvenate it and improve its quality.
28 September 2020
If you are planning to start a vegetable garden in your home, it is advisable to begin by learning the different soil types. The success of your gardening will depend on how well you work with the soil type you find there. However, there are times when no matter how hard you try, your soil type cannot adapt to the type of gardening you want to invest in. In this case, you are allowed to contact a gardening soil supplies shop to get the most appropriate soil type to supplement what you have.
19 August 2020
If you own a large piece of land and want to develop it from a commercial point of view, you need to understand your options. You'll want to know if you can subdivide it and if so, how this can be accomplished, or you may need to work out what you can do with the common areas. Certainly, you will need to liaise with the local council to understand any restrictions, but you should make sure that you commission a proper land survey before you begin.
29 June 2020
If you're looking for a beautiful material to incorporate in different areas of your property, consider travertine stone. Here are some reasons for this enhancement. Displays Attractive Earthy Hues Travertine comes in earthy tones of fawn, peach, pink, grey and ivory, typically with subtle shadings of similar colours. Pale tones reflect light and brighten up a room—thus, you'll create an airy-feeling bathroom, for example, by spreading travertine tiles across the walls and floors.
15 April 2020
Now that summer has passed in Australia, lawn growth is slowing down, which means this is the perfect time to undertake lawn care maintenance before the minimal growth season of winter arrives. Worn or damaged areas of lawn are of particular concern right now because shortly you will not be able to fix the issue until spring. There are several reasons why lawn damage occurs and various options for repairing it.
13 February 2020
Commercial landscaping must be done right if you intend to make a good first impression on your clients. In a large number of cases, flowers, shrubs and trees are used to highlight the entrance to a commercial building. Making the right choice of plants for such an endeavour can save you and your potential clients a lot of trouble. Here are three things you cannot afford to forget when choosing the right plants for a commercial landscape.
12 February 2020
Hedge and brush trimmers are extremely useful power tools, but the first thing to ask yourself is whether you really need one. If you only have a couple of shrubs in your garden that do not put on lots of growth over the course of a summer, then a pair of hand shears or secateurs is all that you are likely to need. However, if you own a hedge that marks the boundary of your garden, have a plant which is growing over your windows or need to deal with brush growth that is blocking your way onto your driveway, then hedge trimmers are the perfect tool.