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7 February 2017
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Feb 07, 2017 1:04 pm
Not sure where you are, but we have used Hunter and Coast pest control in newcastle in the past and they did a great job - spiders/ants/cockroaches all gone. Website is - http://www.hcpest.com.au
Not sure where you are, but we have used Hunter and Coast pest control in newcastle in the past and they did a great job...
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29 November 2015
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Nov 29, 2015 8:46 am
Hi Michelle, We have a range of images of various landscapes gardens we have designed (including courtyards ) viewable here - http://www.onlinegardendesign.com.au/landscaping-work/ And some sample landscape designs viewable here - http://www.onlinegardendesign.com.au/samples/ This may offer you some...
Hi Michelle, We have a range of images of various landscapes gardens we have designed (including courtyards ) viewable h...
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30 September 2015
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Sep 30, 2015 9:14 pm
We can certainly help you with this. We offer landscape packages as per your request. Have a look at our site for designs. The pricing is also in the range you suggested. Happy to answer any questions. Thanks Dave
We can certainly help you with this. We offer landscape packages as per your request. Have a look at our site for design...
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30 September 2015
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Sep 30, 2015 9:12 pm
Try googling for a 'garden designer' or 'landscape designer'. We also offer a full landscape design service, including offering designs for clients they want to attempt the construction/planting themselves.
Try googling for a 'garden designer' or 'landscape designer'. We also offer a full landscape design service, including o...
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16 September 2015
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Sep 16, 2015 9:12 pm
We do a lot of landscape designs for new builds like yours. Tashpaul is exactly right, you need to work out the main functions of your garden and then work the design around the functions - eg kids play, entertainment, display garden, quiet retreat. Of course you can achieve several objectives in th...
We do a lot of landscape designs for new builds like yours. Tashpaul is exactly right, you need to work out the main fun...
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25 February 2015
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Feb 25, 2015 1:24 pm
Hi there, This really is a blank canvas! The concepts that i think you should look at are; - Softening the house and the fence around property - Creating function/practical areas based upon the layout of the house and the most appropriate use of the garden - Creating some features that are viewable ...
Hi there, This really is a blank canvas! The concepts that i think you should look at are; - Softening the house and the...
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30 January 2015
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Jan 30, 2015 12:43 pm
Generally you want a landscape plan in place before proceeding. A good landscape designer will be able to put together a plan based upon what you want/need and wish for, all within your determined budget. Once a plan is in place, it will be easier to get comparable quotes from subcontractors (landsc...
Generally you want a landscape plan in place before proceeding. A good landscape designer will be able to put together a...
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27 January 2015
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Jan 27, 2015 12:15 pm
A few ideas; Retractable clothesline new large format pavers over concrete creeper grown on fence to hide and give illusion of garden being larger. (perhaps star jasmine) another 'layer' of planting where garden bed width allows - evergreen giant liriopes is one option. paint fence a uniform neutral...
A few ideas; Retractable clothesline new large format pavers over concrete creeper grown on fence to hide and give illus...
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27 January 2015
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Jan 27, 2015 12:09 pm
First thing to look at is the layout of the garden and unsure you get the structure/pathways/hard landscaping areas right, then start to explore the planting. Have a look over your neighbours gardens to get an idea of what grows well in the area. Correct plant selection for your area will save you p...
First thing to look at is the layout of the garden and unsure you get the structure/pathways/hard landscaping areas righ...
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13 October 2014
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Oct 13, 2014 8:22 pm
I think the layout is ok, but you might find the lack of garden leaves the space feeling a bit sterile. I would try and make the garden beds a bit more interesting and great up all the straight lines, also consider a feature tree or a couple of palms in the corner of the yard to match the space more...
I think the layout is ok, but you might find the lack of garden leaves the space feeling a bit sterile. I would try and ...
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13 October 2014
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Oct 13, 2014 8:18 pm
That is a nice looking plan. I look forward to seeing this garden come together.
That is a nice looking plan. I look forward to seeing this garden come together.
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13 September 2014
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Sep 13, 2014 8:01 pm
Looks like an African olive, if so, remove it!! Serious weed.
Looks like an African olive, if so, remove it!! Serious weed.
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3 November 2013
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Nov 03, 2013 10:31 am
There is a process you should follow with any garden design. Firstly you want to think about the functions that you want the space to achieve, for the front, this may simply be to look good and add to the street appeal. Next work out the hard landscaping elements, then lastly look at feature element...
There is a process you should follow with any garden design. Firstly you want to think about the functions that you want...
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12 October 2013
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Oct 12, 2013 2:53 pm
Looks like a metrosideros to me, but could perhaps be a Lilly pilly also. A closer image would help clarify. Whatever it is, you can certainly hedge it.
Looks like a metrosideros to me, but could perhaps be a Lilly pilly also. A closer image would help clarify. Whatever it...
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11 August 2013
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Aug 11, 2013 6:08 pm
I was simply trying to avoid blatant self promotion. My PM to the original poster was just a brief introduction about myself and our service.
I was simply trying to avoid blatant self promotion. My PM to the original poster was just a brief introduction about my...
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5 August 2013
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Aug 05, 2013 8:15 pm
Ill send a PM but generally a google search will give you a list to work from, email this list of potential landscape designers and ask for a quote.
Ill send a PM but generally a google search will give you a list to work from, email this list of potential landscape de...
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5 August 2013
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Aug 05, 2013 8:13 pm
Ill send a PM
Ill send a PM
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27 June 2013
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Jun 27, 2013 3:37 pm
Lawn preparation steps; - Remove rubble. - Rotary hoe the existing soil over to loosen. - Remove excess soil if required. - Rough leveling to achieve an even grading across the yard. - Depending of the existing soil quality (looks a bit gutless) add a good layer of organic turf underlay soil. Incorp...
Lawn preparation steps; - Remove rubble. - Rotary hoe the existing soil over to loosen. - Remove excess soil if required...
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20 June 2013
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Jun 20, 2013 3:54 pm
Giant liriopes would work. Or other ornamental grasses
Giant liriopes would work. Or other ornamental grasses
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19 June 2013
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Jun 19, 2013 12:08 pm
I see you have camleias there in the opposite bed. To try and tie into these somewhat id suggest some small shrubs that will suit the brief such as - raphiolepsis, nandina, buxus, osmanthus. or if you want a groundcover that can be easily pulled back to assess your inspection points look at trachelo...
I see you have camleias there in the opposite bed. To try and tie into these somewhat id suggest some small shrubs that ...
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