Irrigation and drainage
To stop you from spending hours watering your garden during the warmer months an irrigation system is recommended by Zones to keep your lawn well watered and in great condition. On the other hand, during winter when rainfall is high, a lawn needs to be well drained. Zones have the expertise to irrigate and drain excessive water.
Mowing and lawn design
To have a healthy lawn through all seasons it needs to be designed to have a balance of sun and shade to stop it from drying out in hot conditions. To also assist the quality and life of your lawn mowing needs to be taken seriously, if you are time poor let Zones design a solution that is appropriate for your situation and budget.
Depending on your budget, how fast you need to see a result, and how much maintenance time you’re willing to put into your lawn, you might find that instant lawns are the solution for you. Our landscaping designers can make sure your instant lawn has been grown in quality soil or sandy soil. Contact us today and let’s discuss options and ideas.
Sowing seed lawns
Choose to grow your own lawn with grass seed to give your lawn a carpet looking finish. Take into consideration the best growing seasons that won’t impact your kids or pets playing on the lawn or entertaining guests. Contact us for more information on growing a luscious and thriving lawn.
Hydro seed lawns
Hydroseeding is a cost-effective option compared to instant turf, but it requires the same amount of ground prep. The process involves combining grass seed, water, fertiliser and protective mulch to then spray onto the prepared soil. Zones professional hydroseed experts have knowledge and expertise to grow and maintain your lush lawns.
Artificial turf is another option which is becoming increasingly popular for areas where you want the soft green look, but don’t want to mow it. The benefits of turf include: no watering, no fertiliser, no mowing, no mud, no weeds, always dry, always usable and it looks perfect 24/7. Today’s artificial turf is of the highest standard and incredibly naturalistic. Talk to us about your artificial turf pfoject today.
New Zealand’s Lawn and Grass Specialists
Growing grass and tending beautiful lawns are part of New Zealand. In fact New Zealand’s ability to grow grass has provided the driving force behind our economy for many generations.
However the national economy is not the reason why most of us like to tend our prized front or back lawn. Back yard sports, family gatherings, picnics or street appeal are some of the real reasons behind our obsession with a well clipped and manicured lawn.
Zones Landscaping Specialists can not only remove your existing surface, but will install a new lawn and maintain it for you as well. A new lawn can be installed using different methods such as sowing seed, instant lawn or lawn mat. While sowing seed and instant lawns are well known, a lawn mat is an alternative that is eco-friendly, Kiwi made, uses natural products and most importantly a healthy, good looking lawn that will last.
Your lawn is part of a system and as such needs to have other componentry to maximize its benefits and quality. An irrigation system is recommended by Zones to keep your lawn well watered and maintain your lawn in great condition.
Mowing, some people love to mow their lawns, others hate it. If you are in the latter group, then Zones Landscaping Specialists can help. Either way the frequency at which your lawn is mowed can play an important part in its quality and longevity. A well designed edging in keeping with your overall design will make it easier to maintain the edges of your lawn, as well as retain the neighboring garden.
During winter when rainfall is high a lawn needs to be well drained. Zones Landscaping Specialists have expertise in drainage systems that will effectively manage the removal of excessive water during the wet months of winter.
When designing a lawn, consideration should be given to shading and the sun. In the summer shading will give you an escape to the hot sun, but consideration must also be given to the minimum amount of sun a lawn needs to survive.
If you would like discuss options and ideas for your lawns and grass, please use the enquiry form alongside to provide us with your contact details. We will get in touch with you at a time that suits you to discuss your project.