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Summer Season Landscape Preparation Ideas

30 November 2020

The summer season brings high temperature and dry weather that could negatively influence your landscape. That is why preparation is of utmost importance so as not to cause a waste of money, time and effort. One of the priorities in preparing the landscape is making sure it remains lush despite its exposure to extreme elements. Lucky for you, below are summer season landscape preparation ideas to get you started. Water Features Irrigation Controllers – When it comes to improving your planting concepts in landscaping, it is important to consider smart irrigation systems. Experts have proved that these tools have their […]

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Maximise the Spring Season in Melbourne with these Landscaping Ideas

09 November 2020

Spring is here and this is the best chance to design your landscaping. The season is one of the most exciting occasions since you can plant nearly anything. Whether you love growing blossoms, veggies, fancy bushes and climbers or simply need to recharge your yard, this is the best season. Aside from the wide assortment of plants and bushes, gardening in spring is very charming as well. The cold season is behind and the scorching sun is yet to arrive at its pinnacle. The weather is gentle and the outside is beautiful. Here is how you can maximise the spring […]

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Concept and Design Elements of a Japanese Garden

23 October 2020

As many may not know, Japanese gardens are, of course, stone-made and moisture-free. In a landscaping premise, this holds true but if you think about it deeply – Japanese garden is so much more. The word Japanese garden is associated with different ideals and thoughts mostly philosophical in nature. As it gain popularity over the years, its artistic side became more and more profound and intense that scholars have started studying its aesthetic and benefits. Below is the uncovering of the concept and design elements of a Japanese garden. Japanese Garden Origins Many have partnered Japanese garden with Japanese Buddhism. […]

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Five Best Landscaping Ideas to Avoid Drainage Problems

13 October 2020

Some people have considerable drainage problems around their house if they are a low lying property with all other surrounding housing discharging run off onto their property. Occasionally the contour of the block can unfortunately have run off settling at the base of the house slab, resulting in movement in the ground and cracking plaster on internal walls. There are many things you can do to ensure your property is water tight during wet conditions. Grated strip drains can collect water and discharge to the nearest storm water outlet. Pipes can capture run off as well and discharge the water […]

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Pros and Cons of Using Timber for Backyard Decking

28 September 2020

Backyard decks are normally used as a space and a holding area to accommodate and entertain guests and visitors. Aside from that, it also acts as a lounge for relaxation while you rest outdoors sipping your lemonade and reading a book.  Ideally, backyard decks are supposed to utilise your outdoor space in the best way possible. In order to do such, you have to ensure that the layout, design, and details do not compromise the functionality of your backyard deck. And one way of making the best out of your backyard is by incorporating timber in your decking. Using timber […]

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