YOUR APRIL GARDEN
You’ve noticed the subtle change in the air, haven’t you? The sun is rising a little later, there’s a fresh crispness to the air, the air conditioner is taking a well-earned rest, and you’re not waking up drenched in sweat
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:
As Spring edges closer, now is the perfect time to start doing some winter preparation for your summer garden. Important actvities in your winter garden include watering, composting and feeding, working with layout, and pruning.
We are very pleased to advise that we have a Corobrik course planned in July., focusing on bricklaying, paving and retaining systems – specifically designed for the landscape industry for those who practice in garden design and landscaping.
Growing Herbs in containers offer several benefits. They tend to thrive when well looked-after, and are ideal for a kitchen, patio or small outdoor garden, and the convenience is unsurpassed. It’s great to be able to pull a few delightfully fragrant leaves off a stem and add them to your pot whilst creating a flavourful dish!
Those of you who have been living on the North Coast for several years, will have noticed a definite shift towards more apartment-style living with smaller gardens , mainly in courtyards or around ground floor apartments.
With this mind, we offer our TOP 5 TIPS on how to maximise your space in a small garden:
Spring is the promise of free water.
The supply of grey water for irrigating our gardens has been a boon for entrepreneurs and homeowners alike.
Mulching in this drought may be one of the very best practises you implement to sustain the plants in your garden.