The team at Centenary Landscaping Supplies have identified a growing demand from both Landscape Architects and landscape contractors alike for soil that is fit for purpose and designed around the detailed specifications laid out in this manual. Contractors are now being held accountable for the soil chosen on projects and are expected to source suitable options based around a rigorous testing regime.
There are of course, and an endless array of visually exhaustive social media feeds worth checking out, from facebook to Pinterest, tumbler to Instagram. But architecture and design ideas lead the way and home and garden improvement has almost become a national sport (where it's legal to use sandpaper).
Originally published by UD Trucks. Centenary Landscaping Supplies boss Conor O’Shea has worked across all aspects of the family business
Every year the landscape industry's best and brightest gather to celebrate the achievements of their peers. The event is
It’s with great pride and pleasure that I announce the introduction of the first of three new medium-sized UD 5.5
Social media has become the place to be, be seen, and be influential across all aspects of design both
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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.
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.
Centenary Landscaping Supplies of Brisbane is proud to be named Gold Landscape Supplier of the Year for 2015 by