Landscape & Garden Design
grom40Suggestions for plants for near the pool & alfresco
Whereabouts are you located? That area looks like it would get pretty hot in summer and the soil quality doesn't look wonderful so your suggestion of agaves would probably…
grom404-6m tropical screening plants around plunge pool
If you want something with sufficient height to screen out that house then bamboo is probably the way to go (note: clumping type only so it doesn't take over your yard…
kevintigerlinkGate and fencing hardware supplier
Hi, we are company base in Melbourne selling gate and fencing hardware, suitable for both commercial and domestic uses. We offer variety range of - gate hinges, from 80…
myclArtificial grass, best edging - Metal? Timber? Other?
Hi all, I am planning to have artificial grass installed in the front yard. It is mainly rectangular in shape, bordered by garden beds mainly, except for a couple of…
SteveMcGarden (post project build) Sydney-Parramatta
Thanks cat. The design wasnt focused on the planting scheme, but rather shape and form of the garden. The feature trees will be either maple, prunus, forest pansy or teddy…
subdivide hopefulArtificial Grass Melbourne Clayton Area
I’m looking for a good quality artificial grass to buy and have installed in my front garden. I want the grass to look as real as possible and not shiny. I have had a…
dove88Does Lowering Backyard Land Decrease Property Value?
The water is now pumped out from a pit as the land at the back is lower than the front - the only reason for me asking is because i will be selling
noisufWinter Grass Outbreak in Kikuyu - What should I do mid-Oct?
Hi Everyone, Nov 2016 less than a year ago, I laid Zoysia in the front and Kikuyu in the back from the same supplier. Located in Melb east. Same soil preparation and…
SteveMcWREXTER'S REAR LANDSCAPING JOURNEY - Update Photos
Hi wrexter. Hoping you might be able to explain a little more about your irrigation. 1. What's the loop and manual valve do before your solenoids. 2. Where's the x core…
OurLindrum52Advice needed- What trees to plant outside kitchen window???
Take a look at pittosporum silver sheen. It is an evergreen used mainly for hedges and screening if planted close together. We planted them along dead side of house and…
trimumLandscape design - KDR (sekisui house ) Burbank - ST George
Oh wow really $1k?? Ours was actually only $120 they are pretty basic I will put them up on my thread.... Our Acacia build - http://forum.homeone.com.au/viewtopic.php?t=86619
navmanFencing and landscaping in Melbourne south east
Hello, My house is finishing construction and I need to organize fencing and landscaping. Does anyone have any recommendations in the Berwick / Clyde North area?
GillyMIdeas for tough plants for a very shady and dry spot
Cliveas do well in shady spots..... they say that they need a bit of water during warmer months, but during the cooler months they like it drier. I've had them under trees…
yendor28Help with my geraniums (and blueberry tree) from bugs please
thank you. They seem to be growing much better now the weeds are removed. Weird, they did not look like they were interfering, but perhaps they were at root level?