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Pest Control: Natural ways to combat pests in your garden

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Article provided to Centenary Landscaping Supplies by Lifestyle Website: The Home Edition.

Some of us spend hours every week toiling away […]

Your home’s kerb appeal could cost you up to $80,000

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Article provided to Centenary Landscaping Supplies by Lifestyle Website: The Home Edition.

Whether a long term resident or a short term […]

Introducing New “Zythum Turf”

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We are excited to announce a fantastic new turf product to the market. Zythum Turf is a revolutionary new turf species from the Iocus'unum Aprilis family. Designed and grafted locally in South-East Queensland, Zythum Turf has been specifically grown to suit Queensland conditions and has a number a unique features which will be sure to make it the first choice for Queensland backyards.

How to survive a dusty home renovation

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Article provided to Centenary Landscaping Supplies by Lifestyle Website: The Home Edition.

So you’ve made the bold move to renovate! Whether […]

Raising the right type of veggies

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It seems everybody these days wants to grow their own produce, and it’s a great idea for so many reasons! […]

Autumn Yard Jobs

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Watch out for weeds like bindii, clover and flat weeds as they tend to invade lawns as the weather cools. The recent rains will mean that your garden and lawns are ready to go crazy as soon as the sun returns. The transfer of weed seeds via overland water will mean that not only your plants will shoot, but so will the weeds. Weeding by hand while they are small and manageable (and the soil is soft) is the best plan. Otherwise, wait for a break in the weather and treat with selective weed killers.

Be Socially Inspired

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Sourced from Pinterest: Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture (Website)
Media is certainly changing. Slowly but surely consumers are moving away from traditional […]

‘Twas the week before Christmas

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Stay cool in the backyard this summer

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Grassed surfaces reduce temperature extremes by absorbing the sun’s heat during the day and releasing it slowly in the evening, […]

Centenary Landscaping Supplies Wins coveted Supplier of the Year Award

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Centenary Landscaping Supplies of Brisbane is proud to be named Gold Landscape Supplier of the Year for 2015 by Landscape […]

6 tips for hiring a professional on your next project

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A professional landscape design coupled with quality tradespeople can take your home to the next level.
Undertaking renovations on or around […]

A garden show of our very own and it’s BIGS

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A&R Evergreen’s ‘Backyard Evolution’ at the BIGS event.
When the landscaping fraternity speak of their bucket list, you might hear of […]

6 Garden Jobs You Could Knock Over in a Weekend

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Weekends are precious for the avid DIY enthusiast and there is nothing worse than approaching stumps at 5PM Sunday with plenty […]

Lawn Irrigation – The Basics

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If you’re planning a new lawn, why not take the extra time to plan a bit of irrigation to go […]

8 top tips for your balcony garden

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Plant a range of plant types in a range of pot styles. An eclectic collection of sizes, colours and textures […]

Centenary’s new CEO changes the landscape

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The following article was provided by Business Acumen Magazine.CENTENARY Landscaping Supplies, known to most residents of Brisbane’s western suburbs for their […]

What is Efflorescence

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One inherent problem when using masonry and concrete products around the home is efflorescence and no we are not referring […]

8 Reasons Pavers are the Superior Surface Treatment

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There are many reasons why concrete or clay pavers should be your first choice when it comes to surface finishes […]

Increase your property value with Landscaping

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Whether you’re planning on selling or just wanting to be the best house in the street, a well landscaped garden […]

6 Great Uses for Pot Plants in Your Garden

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Love pots and planters but don’t know how to incorporate them into your garden design? Well here’s 6 great uses […]