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Garden tool maintenance in the winter

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The best time of year to do a bit of tool maintenance is the winter. Your lawn should have entered its dormancy period, growing very little. Most plants will have also slowed their growth while the weather is cool.

A renter’s guide to gardening

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Are you in a rental but still dream about keeping a beautiful garden? Well, one of the most frustrating things about renting is that you can't make big or permanent changes to the property without the owners consent. That includes things as simple as planting a new tree or even hanging a picture. 

6 ways to improve your home’s kerb appeal

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You wouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but you probably would judge a house by its exterior. 

If you want […]

The New Black Label Growing Media

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Gardeners spend hundreds if not thousands of dollars sourcing and purchasing the best quality and well-established plants to finish off […]

His take on the modern day gardener

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GOD: Francis, you know all about gardens and nature. What in the world is going on down there? What happened to […]

4 reasons to consider artificial turf

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Are you spending your weekends pushing a 2-stroke around your yard like a mug? Wasting thousands of litres of water […]

A new urban turfing solution

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Synthetic turf or artificial turf isn’t new, in fact, there has been some form of artificial option available since the […]

Turf Maintenance through the Summer Months

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As the temperature heats up, we usually jump in the pool to cool off, or turn on the a/c to chill out! Unfortunately, we can’t do the same for our lawns!

Plants for your new baby’s nursery

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Using plants in the home not only makes a space look great, but they perform some other fantastic environmental roles […]

5 essentials needed to create a formal garden

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The typical classic or formal garden first found its way to our shores through our English and European history. In […]

How to: Choose the Right Turf for Your Project

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If you are considering laying a new lawn, you will usually fall in 1 of two categories. You’ve recently built […]

6 Common Lawn Weeds – Identification & Treatment

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If you’ve ever been in charge of maintaining a garden or lawn, it sometimes feels like you’re on constant red […]

How to: Control Lawn Weeds in Sir Walter Lawns

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There’s nothing worse than spending hundreds of dollars maintaining your lawn only for a few persistent lawn weeds continually taking […]

ColourGuard – The Greenskeepers best friend

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Are you an obsessive green keeper that dreads the winter? Do you sadly look out your window at your browning […]

5 of the biggest gardening mistakes

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Although some green thumbs would have you thinking otherwise, there’s certainly an element of chance when it comes to successful […]

5 of the best climbing plants

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Do you have an unsightly wall, fence or pergola you wish you could soften with some sympathetic planting? Climbing plants […]

Ground cover: plants for down low

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Do you have acres of gardens and too much of it blank? Ground cover plants are a perfect way to fill […]

Top screening plants for your garden

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There’s a saying that your garden is not complete until you can walk around naked without the chance of being […]

How to bring back a suffering house plant

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Are you a bit of a brown thumb but love using plants indoors? Well even if you have a plant […]

Enjoy the outdoors this winter

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Article featured and provided to Centenary Landscaping Supplies by bmag – written By Resa Zekants.

Enjoying a cuppa out on the balcony while […]