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New Garden for a new Home: Soil Moisture – Part five

New Garden for a new Home: Soil Moisture – Part five

Soil moisture is tied to the climate of the area where you live, but even in a small yard, there can be wide variations.

If your garden is at the bottom of a hill, the soil may remain wet for …

Posted on July 27th, by Peter Kyriakopoulos in Blog, Professional Advice.


New Garden for a new Home: Getting it right from the start

New Garden for a new Home: Getting it right from the start

New Garden for a new Home: Getting it right from the start – Part One of a Six Part Series

Whether you have moved into a new home or are renovating from the inside out, planning a new garden is

Posted on February 26th, by Peter Kyriakopoulos in Professional Advice.


Getting Decking Right

5. Unsealed wood

Unsealed wood decks can age and deteriorate faster than sealed decks.

Getting Decking Right

Getting Decking Right

4. Stairs with open risers or missing railings/ Improper railing height and baluster spacing

Open space between steps invites accidents. Avoid injuries and …

Finding the right Landscape Gardener

Finding the right Landscape Gardener

Choosing a Landscape gardener  be a challenge for most people, making the right decision as to who your Landscape Gardener will be, is imperative to your garden looking good and lasting you for years to come. That’s why it’s important …

Posted on April 3rd, by Peter Kyriakopoulos in Blog, Professional Advice.


Paving, Decking, Foliage

The interplay of contrasting materials and foliage gives these gardens year-round interest and will give a lush modern garden that reflects the busy lifestyle of many home owners.…

Big Thinking

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Although a garden may not be particularly large, it can pack a strong visual punch and work with the house to create that sense of indoor-outdoor connection that so many home owners crave.…

Do You Need To Top Dress Your Lawn?

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Many home gardeners believe they need to top dress their lawn. Do you need to do this ? . Well it comes down to a number of factors, and in some cases it is required. The major reason you …

Living or Constructed Fences

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If your thinking of building a fence here are some things you might want to think about before you get started. The obvious difference is the height of a living fence.…

Natives in your Landscape

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Australian Natives have an image problem based on myths and misconceptions. Natives are hardy, low in maintenance and have great flowers. Even if you introduce small pockets of Australian plants in your garden, this will encourage native birds and …

Paths in your Landscaping

Paths in your Landscaping

Whether you make them from concrete, gravel, pebbles or pavers, paths in your landscaping can add a touch of class to your garden.…

Posted on March 19th, by icon in Blog, Professional Advice.