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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.

Latest Posts

Corporate Office Cleaning: Choosing Between Day and After-Hours Cleaning
13 December 2019

Finding the right time to schedule office cleaning

Why Hydro-Mulching Is the Perfect Landscaping Technique for Your Sloppy Terrain
10 May 2019

A home on a hill or slope overlooking the valley a

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


Landscaping Tips and Tricks for Beginners

If you've just purchased your first home, then no doubt you want the landscaping to always look its best, but if you've never cared for a lawn and flowerbeds before, you may struggle with where to begin and how to keep things healthy outdoors. Your neighbors may all have lush and green lawns while yours seems to struggle, and you may wonder if you need all the products you see at the gardening supply center when you visit. Read More 

Minimising the heat island effect in your commercial landscaping projects

There has been mounting social pressure in Australia to minimise the urban heat island effect in new developments, due to the hot and sunny climate. The urban heat island effect occurs when materials absorb heat during the day and let off heat at night, so commercial landscapers have a huge role to play in minimising this issue. Here are some heat island minimising effects you can use during the design phase of your landscaping project. Read More 

Residential Construction: Understanding Common Forms of Concrete

If you are thinking about building your family a new house or extending your existing one, it is important to understand the numerous construction materials on the market. This knowledge will help you select ideal building supplies depending on the desired outcome in your project. Ideally, the supplies should fulfill both your functional and aesthetic requirements. One of the most advantageous materials to consider for your residential building or improvement project is concrete. Read More 

New To Retaining Walls? Here Are 4 Ways You Can Use Them To Spruce Up Your Garden

Retaining walls are one of the most common landscaping features all over. If you have a garden and have not tried out retaining walls, you are missing out on the great benefits that this simple, yet handy, addition can bring to your outdoor space. Below discover 4 different ways you can use retaining walls to add value to your landscaping. Control water drainage around elevated areas If your garden has an uneven terrain, storm water will always flow from the higher areas to the lower areas, sweeping the fertile top soil and any plants along its way. Read More 

Scorched Earth Turf: How To Successfully Lay Turf In Very Hot Weather

Ask any turf specialist worth their salt about the best weather for laying a new turf lawn, and they'll tell you to lay your turf in spring or autumn, when the cool temperatures and damp soil allow turf grass to establish itself quickly and effectively. However, common wisdom espoused by European and American gardeners doesn't always apply to Australian horticulture, and the punishing climate can make successfully laying turf at any time of year a difficult prospect, particularly in very hot and dry areas in the west and north. Read More