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WORKING WITH WIND IN A COASTAL GARDEN  

WORKING WITH WIND IN A COASTAL GARDEN    

Wind in your coastal garden can also be very damaging to your plants. If you’re not planting the right plants in a windy area, it could break plants, dry them out and also stunt their growth. A strong salt-laden wind can also burn the foliage.

We offer a couple of ways to work well with a salt-laden wind in your garden:

INTERNATIONAL MOTHER EARTH DAY

INTERNATIONAL MOTHER EARTH DAY

Mother Earth is willing and capable of providing us with warmth, comfort, protection and love – but only if we show respect and work to promote the harmony between all living beings, all ecosystems and herself.

Garden & Landscape Design Trends for 2019

Garden & Landscape Design Trends for 2019

It’s always great to scour the internet for international garden trends and landscape design trends at the beginning of each year. We’ve done our homework for 2019 and bring you our choice of expected garden trends for 2019.

Invasive Species Control Training and Certification

Invasive Species Control Training and Certification

Why is it so important to understand how invasive species impact our environment and to eradicate them? According to the Invasive Species Website, invasive species can have a negative effect on natural resources, human health, and the economy.

Featuring SALI Gold Award Winning Garden, Kiribati, Zimbali

Featuring SALI Gold Award Winning Garden, Kiribati, Zimbali

Eco Balance Landscaping recently won a SALI Gold award in the Landscape and Turf Maintenance category for Kiribati, Zimbali - In this blog post we share some of this beautiful, water-wise garden’s earthly story with you.

Winter Garden Groundwork for Summer Glory

Winter Garden Groundwork for Summer Glory

If you haven’t yet felt the slight nip at your heels, you can be sure it will happen soon. Winter is almost upon us and whilst our gardens on the coast take much less strain than those inland, there is still a lot of activity you can undertake in your winter garden to prepare for a beautiful summer garden.