Choosing Dog-Safe Decorative Mulches For Landscaping Public Parks
22 November 2019
Expertly landscaping a public park requires a wide range of materials, but mulch is probably one of the most important. A protective layer of mulch applied to patches of bare earth will protect young plants, prevent soil erosion and help the soil retain moisture during the drier parts of the year. However, while residential gardeners can get away with using unsightly mulching materials like newspaper or straw, landscapers working on public or commercial parks generally stick to more aesthetically pleasing decorative mulches.
Why a Garden Bin Hire Makes a Lot of Sense
12 November 2015
So you chopped down that big, old tree that was about to fall and you need to get it off your lawn, or you want to do some serious landscaping so you've cleared out all the bushes and palm fronds the previous homeowner put in, and you want them removed. Even if you have a pickup truck, it will take you several trips and a lot of wasted time to clear out all that green waste.
Three Material Options for Synthetic Turf
21 October 2015
The lawn is an important element in the residential landscape. Therefore, you should evaluate the options if you are planning on installing fresh turf. You can choose natural grass because it has authentic appeal and adds to the home value. On the other hand, you can install artificial turf which has diverse advantages for modern homeowners. The material is low-maintenance; it does not require watering, fertilising or mowing. You will only need to remove the debris on the surface and wash the blades periodically.
Types of Hydroponic Systems For First Timers
21 September 2015
Gardening is both a hobby and an art form, and those who have been at it for awhile understand that incorporating new methods helps you achieve better results. If you've decided to test your green thumb, you may want to consider using hydroponics as you start out. Hydroponics is a process in which you cultivate plants without using soil of any kind. Here are the types of hydroponics that are most common to know before heading out to the hydroponic store.