We’ve put together a useful library of articles that share advice on outdoor renovations and landscaping projects. However it’s not possible to convey everything on a web-site so please get in touch with us for further advice, assistance or to discuss your project.
Show advice for: Landscape Design | Outdoor Rooms | Outdoor Kitchens | Planting Guides | Lawns and Grass | Swimming Pools | Pergolas and Decks | Lighting and Power | Driveways and Paths | Rainwater Systems | Retaining Walls | Fencing and Gates | Maintenance and Cleaning |
Tauranga Landscaping Specialists
It’s been said ‘Tauranga is the future’. With all the advantages of big city living and a booming economy, plus the relaxed vibe of a seaside resort, it’s not surprising.
How to choose the right outdoor lighting
Turn your outdoor area into a safe and welcoming night-time wonderland with carefully chosen lighting.
FAQs for driveways and paths
Creating a driveway or path on your property can be a tricky business. Using our Q&A will put you on track to mastering the art of placing concrete – from doing the groundwork, through to the cutting and curing.
How to use Karaka in your garden
When landscaping designs demand a leafy canopy tree, the native Karaka can be the perfect solution. And, while the glossy, dark green, leathery leaves are easily recognisable, it’s the bunches of brilliant orange fruit that make Karaka stand-out.
Outdoor covering options and prices
Don’t completely write-off your outdoor space for the cooler months. There are many ways that will make it last and feel comfortable for all types of weather. Here is just one option – outdoor area coverage – where we provide ideas and get estimated costs on shelter for your landscape design.
‘English Box’: planting and care instructions
When it’s dense green foliage, slow growth rate and ability to withstand close clipping, Buxus sempervirens or English Box has been a favourite for hedges and topiary for centuries.
A home made up of layers of louver-like concrete planters
In our increasingly dense urban environments a home design such as this foliage-rich stacked dwelling in Vietnam offers some clever ideas on how we can create a spacious, cost-effective and ecologically symbiotic living area on a limited terrain.
Kids vegetable gardens
There’s simply no better way of getting your kids to develop a love of vegetables than by growing their own. By seeing their seedlings spring to life and the fruits of their labour flourish, they will learn to experience the joy of munching on them too. This simple plan will help kick those little muddy thumbs into action.