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How to create a bee-friendly garden
More than a third of the food we eat is reliant on bees for pollination. And it’s not just our food that bees sustain, even denim jeans wouldn’t be a reality without a healthy bee population. In this article, we give you tips and tricks to create your own bee-friendly garden.
Steve Strawbridge's Planting Planning Tips
Landscaping Expert Steve Strawbridge recommends some careful planning to achieve the great outdoors in your backyard.
Create your own vegetable garden
Why pay for vegetables when you can grow your own? Carly Flynn takes us on her journey of creating her very own vegetable patch at home and highlights the appeal of getting out there and getting your hands dirty.
Garden design trends for your outdoor living
Here is what’s growing hot and what’s not on the garden front.
Decking options for your outdoor living
It’s easy to write off a phrase like “good indoor-outdoor flow” as real estate jargon. There’s no denying, however, that a seamless flow from inside to outside is a great asset in a home.
Grow your own fruit and vegetables
Over the past decade we’ve started to see a shift in peoples’ attitude towards food. Questions are now being asked; Where does my food come from? Is this seasonal produce? Has it been grown sustainably and what nasty chemicals has it been exposed to? More and more of us are choosing to 'grow their own', and cut out the middle man. Lets get the facts on fruit and how to introduce exotic super foods into your own backyard.
American inspired urban garden designs
Times are changing. No longer are there ample green areas for a substantial piece of land in your backyard. The city is becoming more and more built-up with urban dwellings and apartments being designed to satisfy the demand for housing. From modern vege patches to rooftop greenery - we bring to you four gardens delivered in well thought out urban spaces - demonstrating options for living in high density locations.
There is something revitalising about being in nature, dining al fresco or even just soaking up the sun in your backyard. Getting your garden spruced up for outdoor entertaining will add valuable living space to your home.