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.
A vertical garden is a fantastic way to bring the natural world into your home, especially if you are trying to maximise a small outdoor space. They’re relatively easy to maintain, water-wise, and can offer you a creative outlet for your garden ideas.
Already have a vertical garden but feel a bit bored with the look and feel, or feel it needs a complete overhaul?
Even if you’re a seasoned gardener, creating and maintaining a beautiful garden can be a daunting task and there will be times you need professional help. You might consider hiring a garden service or landscaper. Both these professionals will have horticultural knowledge and be involved in creating and maintaining functional, beautiful outdoor spaces but they have their differences.
In this dreadful season of drought, it is important to understand the role of mulch and the basic need of its benefits for not only your plants, but the soil that feeds them. Its benefits are quite vast to cover in one post, but we'll unpack your soil first and then we'll point to specific drought indications that could potentially creep up in the coming summer months.
The little creatures that don’t bring a smile to our faces, rather a grimace. These little miners have got a bad rap, are misunderstood, and mostly falsely accused. The little tunnels just under the surface of the soil, usually criss crossing our beautiful lawns, are the golden mole, and the heaps of dirt scattered all over the lawn is the mole rat. Believe it or not they have an important job to do, they airate the soil and eat insects.
In order to maintain my integrity and that of my company, I dare not tell a lie in regard to this matter. Let me start first of all by reiterating the fact that there is no purposely manufactured commercially produced snake repelant that is effective in repelling snakes, there are no plants or herbs that would deter snakes from coming to your garden.