Creating spectacular landscapes in small spaces

  • Honour Your Loved Ones With Beautiful Monumental Stones

    23 February 2017

    Although losing a loved one is almost always a heart-wrenching affair, giving them a fitting send-off is a great way to honour their legacy. By crafting a thoughtful design, you help memorialise their life for centuries to come. Monumental stones (also known as headstones or gravestones) are the ideal way of honouring the life and accomplishments of the recently deceased. Today, memorial plaques and monuments may be constructed in many different sizes and shapes, and they can be decorated as elaborately or as minimally as you desire.

  • What Do You Need to Consider When Planning for Roadway Landscaping?

    29 November 2016

    There was a time when a roadway was seen as being purely functional, a method to get from A to B, with little thought being paid to any beautification. However, today architects and designers are charged with the responsibility of making as little impact as possible to the environment in general and to other landowners specifically. This means that much effort has to be put into landscaping, and this extends to more than just the planting of a few trees here and there.

  • A Guide To Topsoil

    18 April 2016

    If you enjoy growing flowers and veggies in your garden, it's essential that you have good soil.  Gardens with poor quality soil may benefit from the addition of some new topsoil, which you can obtain from your local landscape supplies company.  But what is commercial topsoil and what are its uses in your garden?  Read on for a brief guide to topsoil. What is topsoil? As its name suggests, topsoil is the dirt that forms the top half metre or so of your garden's surface.

  • Creating a cool oasis in your backyard

    10 February 2016

    If you are currently searing in the Australian summer you might be looking for ways to make your garden cooler. Here are some of the landscaping tricks and hacks you can use to keep the backyard as cool as possible in summer.  Lots of shade When you are planning a garden you want to make sure there is as much natural shade as possible. Be sure to consider the movement of the sun throughout the day so that you don't just have a shady oasis at midday and hot sun all morning and afternoon.

  • Coastal Commercial Landscaping Challenges & Their Solutions

    22 December 2015

    With much of the Australian community living and working near the coast line, designing outdoor areas for communities that can be easily maintained is a challenge. Here are some of the specific challenges that commercial landscapers face and some solutions that they use. Challenge: salinity The water in coastal areas can often be quite saline and this can restrict amount of plants, particularly ground covers such as grass, that can be used.

  • Create A Modern And Low Maintenance Front garden In Five Simple Steps

    10 November 2015

    If your front garden is looking worse for wear, then you may be thinking about hiring a contractor to give it a makeover. However, this can be costly, and a much cheaper option is to do it yourself. If you're not an avid gardener, then this may seem like a daunting task. Yet, even the least green-fingered gardener can create a simple yet modern and beautiful front garden in a single weekend.

  • Reasons to Opt For Artificial Grass for Your Home

    14 September 2015

    For most homeowners, lush green grass would be the epitome of a perfect front and backyard. However, when you opt to achieve this with natural grass, you will find that this is not only tedious, but time consuming too! If you have kids, this can even prove to be more of challenge as they walk all over your freshly planted grass. If you would like to avoid the inconvenience of grooming the perfect grass but would still like to have lush, green patches on your lawn, then you should consider bowling green grass.