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 |
All you need to know about landscaping terms
About to embark on your landscaping adventure? Before you set off into the green distance, keep confusion at bay with this helpful glossary of terms and words to know from Zones landscape designer Nichola Vague.
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.
Outdoor flooring options and prices
‘Solid composite decking’ and ‘porcelain stoneware pavers’ are the latest buzzwords when it comes to low-maintenance, long-wearing outdoor flooring solutions. Here’s why they are all the rage.
Macrocarpa - A stable yet soft surface solution for your outdoor living spaces
Macrocarpa is a softwood so durable and robust that it was originally used as railway sleepers. Add to that its attractive speckled lustre and high sustainability factor, and it’s easy to see why it is now also strongly favoured in landscaping for a multitude of uses, both practically and aesthetically.
Tropical themed gardens are one of the most popular choices of backyard styles today. This is how you can transform your garden into your own tropical oasis.
A tropical garden landscape introducing flow
When Mike and Genevieve Broadbent decided to renovate their backyard in Herne Bay, they did so to make a statement. Their beautiful house would be well at home with a traditional classic look. But Mike opted for a resort style landscape.
Small garden landscape design
Opposing angles from an existing retaining wall and steps with an angular entrance might have challenged many ‘reno’ experts but landscape designers, Matt McIssac and Designer Jules Moore, took this renovation to a different level.