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Mar
19

My advice to anyone looking to buy property is to also thoroughly inspect the garden, in particular the trees on the property. The outside not only adds value to the home but it can also cost you money after purchasing. Before closing any deal, have a look at what you have on your land. Here […]

Mar
19

This is an older plant which I am happy to say is finally making a comeback resulting in demand for growers to produce more. Hallelujah! This beautiful specimen is in the lime green family, like the Murraya, and has large clusters of pale pink or white flowers which are slightly scented on the evening breeze. […]

Mar
19

We can all agree there is nothing better than taking your shoes off and feeling that soft cool grass under your feet. However, nowadays with the influx of apartment living and tiered gardens accessibility with mowers and general upkeep of a beautiful lawn is not always possible or a priority given your living situation. The good […]

Jul
06

Top 3 Plants For Privacy

A common request I get from clients is how to screen out neighbours for privacy. This is a process which needs to be considerate of both parties for the best result. Personally, as my garden is my special space, my preference is to see no fences visible so that when I come home I am entering […]

Jul
06

The Magnolia Teddy Bear has become pop[ular in a lot of gardens recently as a feature specimen or as I have seen being used as a screening plant. It is ideal as it has an upright growth, great colour in the foliage and beautiful, large white flowers. They are an evergreen plant which will bring […]

Jul
06

New Year, New Garden?

With the New Year we often see resolutions for personal growth whether that be a gym membership, eating habits and/or career choices. In my line of work this time of year also brings with it reflection on the home and garden, in particular looking at the use of space and addressing pain points. SPACE: Most […]