Common Myths About Winter Gardens

Common Myths About Winter Gardens

The grey skies, chilly mornings and rain are enough to make Winter seem like it lasts forever, with many Perth residents begging for some sunshine and warm weather. However, as dreary as Winter may seem, it is worthwhile remembering that Winter is a time of...
Improve Your Home’s Value with Backyard Landscaping

Improve Your Home’s Value with Backyard Landscaping

Backyards have typically been part of the great Australian dream; they are the scene of backyard cricket matches, family barbeques and hot Summer days spent in the pool. However, with our suburbs becoming denser and more homes being squeezed onto each lot, the...
Let Winter Be Your Irrigation

Let Winter Be Your Irrigation

Welcome to Winter – the gloriously warm Summer days are long gone, replaced by cooler temperatures, overcast skies and the changing of colours in your garden. While you may be tempted to spend the season keeping warm inside, Winter is actually a great time to...
What is Landscape Architecture?

What is Landscape Architecture?

You may have heard the term before, but what exactly does ‘landscape architecture’ entail? With its origins dating all the way back to the eighteenth century, landscape architecture is a diverse field incorporating aspects of botany, horticulture, fine arts,...
Trending Landscape Design Ideas for Your Garden

Trending Landscape Design Ideas for Your Garden

While a beautiful home interior is always well sought-after, a garden that perfectly encapsulates the magic of the outdoors is far harder to come by. Be it for the sake of trying something new or preparing for your next outdoor dinner party, you can take pride in your...
Choosing the Right Turf for your Garden

Choosing the Right Turf for your Garden

Brand new lawn can completely transform your garden design and landscape architecture, but without choosing the right type, your crisp, green grass could be short-lived. Given the harsh West Australian heat, a green lawn is highly sought after and might seem...