It’s time to hire a lawn and landscape business to take care of your outdoors.
You have a beautiful yard, you just don’t have the time or ability to make it as gorgeous as it can be. You could just do a quick Google search and hire the first business that pops up. But you deserve a competent company that can offer you the best service possible.
That’s what you’re paying them for, right?
Here are the questions to ask before hiring a lawn and landscape service:
The last thing us garden-proud, green thumb types want to find when out caring for our gardens, are leaves with yellow spots, stunted growth or curling leaves in plants that should be green and healthy!
Obviously, something is wrong but what? And how do you know how to fix it?!
The Why’s and How’s of Fertilising your garden in Perth.
Nature does an amazing job of self-nurturing and uses incredibly smart and well-honed systems to keep things green and growing. But our carefully designed home gardens tend to work outside nature with our desire to have them green year-round and use of plants which aren’t native to our location. So sometimes nature needs a little help to provide the nutrients needed to maintain a healthy garden (especially when all leaves and green wastes are removed on a regular basis to maintain a tidy garden)
One of the effective ways to do this is by using the right fertilisers as part of our regular gardening activities.
Why Mulch? The benefits of mulching your garden in Perth.
Most of you savvy Perth gardeners know that mulching is good for your garden, but might not be so sure of the details in the why – and knowing the why behind the what is the key to choosing the right mulch for your plants and the best way to use it.
The dreaded W-word… A constant thorn in the side (and eyes) of gardeners everywhere.
Ironically, a lot of our common weeds today were introduced by early settlers in Perth as garden plants! However, they took to our fair country much too well and are now prevalent enough to cause problems that are more than just their appearance. So really, a weed can be defined as any plant growing where it’s not wanted!