Creating spectacular landscapes in small spaces

  • Brief Guideline on Keeping Your Kikuyu Turf Healthy and Verdant

    16 July 2019

    One of the first decisions that you need to make when landscaping your property is what type of grass will be best for your residence. While there is a myriad of grass species in Australia, one of the most popular options is kikuyu turf. Kikuyu turf is an industry leader since it provides homeowners with numerous benefits. For starters, the kikuyu turf is resistant to drought, making it perfect for the parts of Australia that tend to be arid for most parts of the year.

  • Factors That Affect the Stump Grinder Used on Your Property

    11 May 2018

    In most cases, tree stumps are annoying and inconvenient to deal with. They can interfere with the look of your landscape, harbour pests and insects and injure children playing in the yard. It is not uncommon for homeowners to hire stump-grinding services to get rid of inconvenient tree stumps. To get the job done, a stump grinder will need to be used to grind and remove the stump from its current location.

  • The 2 Main Features To Consider When Designing A Hardy And Drought Resistant Garden

    9 January 2018

    Whether you're revamping your existing garden or starting from scratch with a newly built home, planning a garden is an exciting yet challenging project. As well as creating an outdoor living environment that looks amazing, you'll no doubt want to create one that functions well and is fairly low maintenance. One important aspect of garden design in the often harsh Australian climate is making your new garden as drought resistant as possible.

  • How to Make a Straight Line With a Lawn Edger

    18 October 2017

    A lawn edger can be a useful tool for cutting the grass around your driveway or landscaping, but you need to take precautions to ensure the line is as straight as possible. Looking for tips? Check out these ideas. Use a Standalone Edger Ideally, if you want a straight line, you should use a lawn edger for the job. You can use a strimmer or weed wacker, but that won't get the line as straight.

  • Building A Herb Garden With Pavers

    24 June 2017

    If you are looking to create a garden feature that is both useful as well as beautiful, creating a herb garden with pavers is a great option. Imagine stepping out into your garden to pick your own fresh herbs. This is the type of garden that can be built in practically any space. Pavers are one of the easiest ways to build your herb garden and can be used to create a winding pathway around your herb garden or as a retaining wall.

  • Beyond Xeriscaping: Other Tips to Reduce Water Usage in Your Landscaping

    12 May 2017

    Xeriscaping can be a great way to reduce the amount of water you need for your home or business landscaping, but if you aren't fond of xeriscaping aesthetically or if you've already put all the drought-resistant plants you like into your design, you may want to explore other tips to reduce water useage. Here are some ideas to consider. 1. Focus on Drip Irrigation Drip irrigation typically consists of hosepipes with small holes in them.

  • Why Should You Consider a Shade Sail Instead of a Pergola?

    24 April 2017

    If you want to have a place where you can enjoy your outside space without being struck full by the sun, you might have thought about having a pergola built. That should do the job, but you should still consider going with a shade sail instead. These large sails are suspended in the air above you, creating plenty of overhead cover when the sun is at its hottest, and they come with plenty of advantages over pergolas.