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Unique Landscaping Blogs for Everyone

Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Mary. I love to write, and I know a lot about landscaping from personal experience. As a result, when I decided to create a blog, it just made sense to write about landscaping. Over the years, I have done everything from building retaining walls to making fairy gardens, and in this blog, I plan to include a unique range of articles on a plethora of landscaping topics. My hope is that these posts will inspire you to improve your landscaping and make your home feel more welcoming. Please, stay and read as long as you like, and if any of my posts move you, I invite you to share them.

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Land Clearing – Should You Opt For Hydro Excavation Services?
27 March 2018

Land clearing is a vital aspect of an assortment o

Reasons to Landscape with Buffalo Turf Rather Than Concrete Pavers
14 December 2017

When it comes to landscaping, you could choose two

Irrigation Tips for Your Commercial Landscape
11 August 2017

If you are an ordinary homeowner, you can probably

Roadway Landscaping: 3 Top Tips
19 June 2017

If your property has a roadway which runs through

4 Reasons Why Mulching Is The Perfect Garden Project For The Coming Weekend
31 May 2017

If you're looking for a garden project to complete

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Land Clearing – Should You Opt For Hydro Excavation Services?

Land clearing is a vital aspect of an assortment of landscaping projects. Whether you are looking to install new plumbing lines or if you want to construct a new structure on your property, you have to get the site prepped, and this is typically achieved through the excavation of the ground to create a flat surface to work on. However, when most people think about excavation, they tend to associate it with heavy equipment machinery specially designed to haul the earth. Read More 

Reasons to Landscape with Buffalo Turf Rather Than Concrete Pavers

When it comes to landscaping, you could choose two main techniques for your yard. Softscaping is the more traditional option that homeowners pick, and it comprises the incorporation of horticultural elements on your property to increase vegetation on your property. The other option is hardscaping where you utilise concrete pavers and other structural features to enhance the architectural appeal of your property. Although hardscaping is steadily gaining popularity with Australian households, there are some undeniable advantages of softscaping your yard with sapphire buffalo turf. Read More 

Irrigation Tips for Your Commercial Landscape

If you are an ordinary homeowner, you can probably afford to let the grass get a little long or be a bit haphazard in your mowing pattern. But if you own a commercial property, you do not have that kind of latitude. Whether you like it or not, the exterior of your business is a direct reflection on your company and its professionalism. Would-be customers may be reluctant to do business with you if the landscaping is shoddy or the lawn is overgrown. Read More 

Roadway Landscaping: 3 Top Tips

If your property has a roadway which runs through it, you will want to include this area in any renovation of the landscaping. However, when designing the landscaping for a roadway involves different skills than those needed when landscaping open areas of land. It is important that any landscaping does not create a hazard for road users and that it is robust enough to deal with the roadside environment. Below is a guide which will help you to plan the roadway landscaping on your property. Read More 

4 Reasons Why Mulching Is The Perfect Garden Project For The Coming Weekend

If you're looking for a garden project to complete this weekend, then ordering a load of mulch to spread over your garden beds might be the perfect choice. Mulching your garden is inexpensive, not too back-breaking and highly beneficial for your garden, both aesthetically and for its overall health. Mulch is a garden product that is made from processed waste material from trees, shrubs and bark. The mulch that is available in your locality will generally be made from organic matter that is abundant and native to the area. Read More