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.
Eco Balance Landscaping recently won a SALI (SOUTH AFRICAN LANDSCAPE INSTITUTE) SILVER award in the Garden and Turf Maintenance category for 7 Pigeonwood Close, Simbithi. This garden was installed by Eco Balance Landscapes in August 2015. The residents requested lots of flowering plants and were blessed with a great outcome.
Have a lawn that takes a lot of foot traffic? Planning a new commercial development that will see loads of feet across the door and through the grounds? While grass can look lovely, it does require committed maintenance in order to look good all year round and can take quite a beating from too many feet. So it might not be the best choice for high foot traffic areas.
Your business signage, especially near your commercial property, is one of your business’ greatest advertising opportunities. It should be designed to make a great impression, invite visitors in and send a message about your business and its purpose. The best way to boost that signage? With top notch commercial landscaping (it really does count).
Studies show that when employees have access to a garden (or, indeed any green but preferably outdoor space), they are happier and more productive. Even a green view can raise employee sprites, especially if those employees are confined to an indoor space for most of the day. So, if you’re lucky enough to have a garden where you work, you would do well to nurture it. If no one is using the space, find out why and make some changes.