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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Swimming pool design ideas
Nothing will make a bigger splash in your backyard like a swimming pool. From half-moon plunge pools to rock-lined resort sanctuaries, a pool can transform your section into an oasis of your dreams.
Tips and tricks for planting in a shaded garden
As sections shrink in size and houses become larger, many gardeners are faced with landscaping a space that enjoys more shade than sun.
Spanish style gardens
Spanish gardens famously celebrate warmth, intimacy and serenity. Privacy, symmetry and architectural rhythm are the hallmarks of their design.
How to achieve privacy in your backyard
With house sizes growing and section areas shrinking, life in the backyard can sometimes feel like living in a fish bowl. It’s time to get some privacy.
How to care for indoor plants
From anthuriums to peace lilies and palms, ferns, philodendron, orchids and many, many more – houseplants bring the outdoors in.
The benefit of solid composite products
When it comes to landscape requirements ‘low-maintenance’, is a phrase designers frequently hear; today, for many homeowners, outdoor space is about more enjoyment not more work.
With the introduction of solid composite products, your low-maintenance outdoor space has become more achievable than ever.
Hollywood Juniper planting and care instructions
The intriguing looking ornamental Kaizuka or Torulosa, is perhaps better known as Hollywood Juniper and its funky form makes it one of the more popular conifers with designers looking for a tree with attitude.
How to use companion planting in your garden
As the song says, ‘everything old is new again’ and for a growing number of gardeners that means embracing the centuries-old technique of companion planting – a system of grouping complementary plants together, that enables bed mates to take care of others planted with them.