Looking to sell your Brisbane home, but want to make sure you are getting the best possible value? Forget about back-breaking and money-eating renovations of your entire home, and instead look to what you can do with your lawn and garden. A homebuyer will make their first impression from your front yard and their last impression from your back yard. So it’s very important that you are making the most of your gardens potential.
It’s barely the first week of November and summer has well and truly commenced in Brisbane town. With school holidays fast approaching, and Christmas just around the corner, our home gardens are about to become the star of the party. A luscious space for the whole family to enjoy is a quintessential part of the Brisbane summer. Alas, that scorching summer sun, all to quickly it has your gardens wilting and your water bill ever increasing. Never fear our tips and ticks to design and maintain a water-wise garden is here.
Have a blank wall or bare fence that needs a little something extra? A vertical garden could be a trendy, practical and easy solution to make use of your unused space or even to create more shade and privacy.
Almost every homeowner loves the look and feel of a nice green lawn around their home. It not only gives the family a great place to play, relax and entertain, it adds value to the property. Verdant lawns look wonderful, but once they become patchy, yellow or scruffy, they make the whole garden look awful.
The weather is getting cooler now, which means it’s time to get started with the year’s next phase of garden maintenance.
While we’ve had a growing focus on environmental sustainability for some time now, we’re seeing an increasingly health-conscious society emerging in Brisbane. We’re demanding higher standards in our food—and we’re always looking for responsibly sourced organic produce, and innovative ways of improving our diet and dining experiences.
Hedges are one of the most popular garden features around Brisbane, they provide privacy, detail and organisation.
As more people move to Brisbane and suburbs become more crowded people are looking towards hedges to keep their privacy. However privacy is not the only reason for growing a hedge, there are loads of different ways and reasons people grow hedges.
Here are some of the main reasons for growing hedges and some handy advice to help you achieve your goal:
Lawn clippings are often seen as a nuisance in Brisbane, they slow mowing down and fill the bin up before rubbish collection day.
However lawn clippings don’t have to be the pain they’re often perceived to be, in-fact they can easily be turned into something very beneficial to your garden.
This article will explore some uses for lawn clippings.
Once upon a time, it was only the upper crust of our society who could afford professional gardening services—and even then, it was mostly a status symbol, rather than a necessity. But times have changed, and Australians are busier than ever: professional garden maintenance is now a worthwhile expense for many working families.