Landscape pavers are a key element in garden design. Whether you take a “less is more” approach with a paved pathway meandering through your garden or choose to create a functional area between green spaces, pavers are a versatile and flexible backyard landscaping tool.
Landscape gardening isn’t always about the big stuff. The little touches make a difference too, from pruning overgrown trees to adding a splash of colour with paint or planters.
With record heatwaves and high temperatures becoming more regular during our Australian summer, it is more important than ever to give your garden the best care during the hot weather.
Learn about the watering restrictions in your area and our top tips on how to care for your plants during Perth’s intense Summer.
Discover our guide of what you should be looking for in a landscaper and questions you should be asking your landscaper prior and during the process!
We’ve heard all the myths associated with looking after your garden in Winter. Let us dispel some of those so-called ‘facts’ about keeping your garden healthy!
In a housing era where gardens and backyards are a premium, it’s no surprise that attractive landscape architecture and a well-maintained garden are both factors that can increase your property value.
While you may be tempted to spend Winter keeping warm inside, it is actually a great time to get outside and keep your garden thriving! Discover why here.
You may have heard the term before, but what exactly does ‘landscape architecture’ entail? With its origins dating all the way back to the eighteenth century, landscape architecture is a diverse field incorporating aspects of botany, horticulture, fine arts, architecture, industrial design and much more.
While a beautiful home interior is always well sought-after, a garden that perfectly encapsulates the magic of the outdoors is far harder to come by. Be it for the sake of trying something new or preparing for your next outdoor dinner party, you can take pride in your garden with the latest landscape design trends here.