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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.
Things to consider before installing a swimming pool
There are a variety of factors to consider when deciding to invest in a swimming pool. Whether it’s the type of pool, installation, finish, or water type, you’ll want to make sure your choices serve your real needs.
Swimming pool maintenance in New Zealand
There is one word that separates a swimming pool from a murky “frog pond,” the big M, maintenance.
Peonies – Planting and care instructions
Peony or Paeony? Whatever the spelling they’re a glorious addition to any garden setting. They’re also famous for their longevity with reports of plants lasting over 50 years.
How to plant and care for feijoa trees
When return on investment in the garden matters, think no further than the feijoa, a backyard staple that’s more popular than ever as newer cultivars produce higher yields of larger fruit for little effort.
How to achieve a low maintenance outdoor space
Teamturf answers how to achieve a low-maintenance outdoor space.
Improve drainage in your backyard
Here are some solutions to aiding drainage in your backyard to help improve growth of your plants, vegetables and fruit.
Winter gardening projects
Winter is the perfect time to plan and undertake bigger landscaping projects such as paving, as you’ll find it’s much more comfortable than working in the hot summer sun.