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Laura's Landscaping Advice

Your surroundings can have a big impact on how you feel. For many years, I didn't realise how unhappy the landscaping around my home was making me. It had been a lovely space when we bought the house but over the years, my husband and I had let the trees, shrubs and lawn fall into ruin. One day, I realised that I had to do something about the situation so I called in a team of professional landscaping contractors. They helped me to plan and carry out work on my property. I am so happy with the results that I decided to start a blog.


How To Plan the Landscaping Outside Your Commercial Property

11 November 2021
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If you have a large commercial building that stands alone in its own plot, you need to pay attention to the surrounding area. You'll want to make sure that you create the best impression to bolster your brand and good image, and most companies in your situation will opt for a nice, grass lawn. Yet, it can be tricky to keep this green paradise in tiptop condition, and you certainly need to avoid using resources inefficiently. Read More …

3 Essential Supplies For Growing Orchids In Your Garden

28 July 2021
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Orchids are widely prized around the world for their delicate beauty and vibrant blooms, but these unique flowering plants are also notoriously fragile and can die off quickly if they aren't grown in suitable conditions. Growing orchids outdoors in a garden environment can therefore be quite challenging. However, with the right supplies, any gardener can create a breathtaking orchid garden. If you plan on growing orchids in and around your garden, make sure you have the following supplies on hand before you begin: Read More …

Two Mistakes People Make When They Take on Their First Landscaping Project

14 May 2021
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Below are two common mistakes people make when they take on their first landscaping project. They don't consider the length of time it'll take for certain plants to reach maturation Some people will insist that their landscaper order seeds or young plants, without considering how long it will take those plants to reach maturation. This can result in several sections of their garden looking empty and unfinished for months or even years. Read More …