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.
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Making a shaded garden work
Landscape architect and designer Rachael Farthing advises on how to make a small, shaded garden work with the change of season.
The art of topiary
Topiary – the practice of clipping and shaping shrubs or trees into ornamental shapes – has become de rigueur again over the past decade. Which types of plants and trees are most suited to this practice and why?
An urban garden design in a New York townhouse
Complete with a cascading waterfall, fire pit and outdoor kitchen, this compact urban oasis is tucked away behind a typical New York Brownstone in the vibrant suburb of Brooklyn.
Enhancing a steep garden
Landscape architect and designer Rachael Farthing advises on ways to enhance a steep garden with options that suit your budget.
Rodney Landscaping Specialists
Rodney may be just an easy 30-minute drive from Auckland City, but as locals will tell you, it’s a world apart. With its mix of landscapes, relaxing indoor/outdoor living could have been invented for this area.
Colonial revival style gardens
A combination of classical gardening tradition, indigenous knowledge and rustic initiative gave way to Colonial revival gardens. Today, you can transform your backyard recreating local history in a contemporary style.
Japanese style gardens
Reflect and ponder while walking through your new Japanese-style landscape. We go through the essential elements to achieving your own personal inner Zen.
Vertical gardens on building facades
They date back as far as 600 BC when the Hanging Gardens of Babylon were one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Fast forward a few thousand years and living walls – also known as green walls, vertical gardens and bio walls – are once again having their day in the sun.