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Professional Commercial and Residential Landscaping Design Services in Melbourne

11 May 2020

Many home and business owners especially in Melbourne may believe that landscaping is purely for aesthetic appearances, but it goes far beyond looks. There are numerous benefits to landscaping, both residential and commercial. With professional landscaping services, home and business owners can achieve a great-looking, sustainable and functional landscape. Aesthetic Benefits of Professional Commercial and Residential Landscaping The first details many onlookers notice about a professionally designed and maintained landscape are the lushness of the grass, the lines of the pathways, the well-trimmed hedges and trees, the colorful flowerbeds and the water features of decorative accessories. Landscapes full of flowerbeds […]

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Landscape Conceptual Design: Your Basic Guide to Your Dream Garden

23 April 2020

Gardens represent the personal aesthetic of the homeowner with consideration to the exterior environment. The very idea that there is one way to create a garden seems almost insane. And the range of prescriptions about how it should be done—from conventional wisdom such as planting tall plants in the back of the border and short ones in front, to the ironclad strictures of codes, covenants, and restrictions—will stir the rebel impulse in any creative soul. However, here is a basic guide to your dream garden. Regulating Line The idea is that an element of architecture example, a doorway, or a […]

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Sustainable Landscaping: What are Some of the Most Important Factors that You Can Apply?

07 April 2020

Sustainable landscaping requires only inputs  that are naturally available, with little or no additional support. It is self-sustaining over long periods of time. It exists in harmony with its local ecosystem––if bad weather hits, or wildfires or rockslides devastate your neighborhood, your garden recovers quickly. The landscape is diverse enough to remain resilient and productive indefinitely. Taking on a sustainable landscaping task can be the first step for a more sustainable household. Below are some of the most important factors you can apply. Native Planting Using native plants of the area on green roofs and the surrounding landscapes will not […]

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 The Importance of  Site Analysis Before a Landscaping Project

26 March 2020

Site analysis is the process of taking pictures of the property and noting all of the key elements on-site such as existing structures and plant material, site views, water issues or anything else that may affect the design. Such a process is important before a landscaping project to ensure a smooth workflow. Below are the other reasons why site analysis is important before a landscaping project. Site Analysis Can Give You The Basis for a Landscaping Design A part of the site analysis is figuring out the footprint. Contractors start with the basic dimensions and shape of your property. Then […]

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Multi-Garden Design Ideas for Your Landscaping Project

06 March 2020

Multi-garden designs can make an impact in any house or property but are particularly helpful in a situation where you are working with a hilly yard space or if your property is set on a slope. Multi-gardens can be applied to just about any size property and can be great for small spaces since you can create the effect of a wider area by creating a layered garden oasis. Multi-gardens utilise whatever existing space and features that are apparent in your existing garden to create a huge visual impact. While many see an uneven area as a challenge or drawback, […]

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