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 |
The Ultimate Guide to watering your garden
There are a few steadfast rules when it comes to watering your garden. We offer up our best tips on carefree garden maintenance.
Trend alert: Green roofs & living roofs
Green roofs and living roofs are not just a nice design touch, they're an environmentally friendly and energy-efficient building solution.
Annual Garden Maintenance Services
Maintaining your garden and landscape is a year round project. There is outdoor entertaining to consider, lawns to keep healthy and trees to trim. There is a lot to remember and consider, so we have put together an annual calendar to help you stay on top of things. If things are ever getting too much to manage on your own, a Zones maintenance specialist is just a call away.
Landscaping in Whangarei
Comparable affordable house prices, proximity to the beach, zero commute time also comes with some challenging local factors to consider before embarking on a major landscaping project in Whangarei. Read on…
Lawn: What to Consider
Determine what your lawn will be used for, how often it will be used and the maintenance required so you choose the best lawn for your lifestyle.
Top 4 Illegal Plants in NZ
A number of plants that are illegal to sell, distribute or propagate in New Zealand for various reasons, and some are more common than you may think.
Hampton Style Gardens
As said “too much of a good thing is about right”, the same goes for Hampton style gardens.
Plants That Thrive as Mercury Drops in Winter
Don’t hang up your gumboots just yet, in fact, there are lots of plants that bloom throughout winter and many options to create beds of colour and scent as well as edible gardens.