Water and your garden : Water is a scarce resource. If we were all to make every drop count, even in our gardens, then surely this would help towards the UN’s endeavours to ensure the protection and sustainability of water?
Your office garden adds value to your property and brings numerous benefits to your staff’s work experience. But it’s not enough to just have a garden – you need to maintain and care for it to ensure it stays in the best possible shape. An unkempt garden, especially one that is dry and dying, can have a negative impact far worse than not having a garden at all.
While gravel and stone are popular coverings for modern gardens, especially those with a smaller space, few things can replace a well-maintained lawn. This fresh, green covering can add life and beauty to your garden, encourage bird and animal life, and act as a green carpet on which to play games or lounge about with your family.
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?
With more options that traditional in-the- ground gardens, vertical gardens involve creatively growing plants on a structure, using both the vertical and horizontal visual planes. Water wise, low maintenance, and beautiful, vertical gardens are great for transforming small spaces or empty outdoor zones. All you need is a blank wall or bare fence and some creative planning.