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Why Choose A Landscaper in Doncaster And Hawthorn

Category: Landscapers

Posted by Adam on 19 Jan, 2012

If you live in Doncaster or Hawthorn, or even the surrounding areas, you may not have thought about your front and back gardens too much. Attractive landscaping can create a great first impression on guests as well as adding value to your home, but why should you hire a professional landscaper to do this?

Why Hire A Landscaper In Glen Iris And Toorak?

Category: Landscapers

Posted by Adam on 18 Jan, 2012

Is your Glen Iris or Toorak home looking a little worse for wear these days? You could find that a whole new landscaping design could be just what you need to breath new life into your property. But why should you hire a professional landscaper to undertake this project for you?

Why Traditional Lawns are Gaining Popularity Amongst Landscapers in Melbourne

Category: Landscapers

Posted by Adam on 09 Jan, 2012

If you thought contemporary Melbourne landscapers were all fans of austere designs and cold, sleek surfaces, you might be in for a surprise. We have been noticing a recent revival of the traditional garden lawn, in all its luscious, green glory. Although traditional lawns have a reputation for high water consumption and high maintenance, there are many new alternatives being used by landscapers in Melbourne that offer significant benefits for the garden.

How Landscaping Can Help Your South Yarra Or Ashburton Home

Category: Landscaping

Posted by Adam on 16 Dec, 2011

Have you been putting off that landscaping project your South Yarra or Ashburton home desperately needs? Employing a quality landscaper now could be just what you need to dress up your home and make it that much more inviting for visitors and passers by.

What are the Latest Melbourne Landscaping Trends?

Category: Landscaping

Posted by Adam on 16 Nov, 2011

Following on from our vibrant design and architecture culture, trends and styles in Melbourne landscaping are constantly evolving to suit the changing tastes of the discerning people of Melbourne. As Melbourne is growing into an ever more cosmopolitan city, the landscaping of the average backyard and office building gardens is maturing into something much bigger than simply a boxed in lawn with a hills hoist or a picnic table.