With a hot, dry summer predicted by the Bureau of meteorology, your garden may suffer due to the heat and lack of rainfall. Lawns are particularly vulnerable to these conditions, and may become dry, patchy, or even die off altogether. Fortunately, with the right know-how, your lawn can survive the summer relatively unscathed.
Keep your lawn well fertilised and weed free
A healthy lawn will be more likely to endure the rigours of a hot, dry summer than one that isn't in top condition.
When you think of synthetic grass, you may think of scratchy, plastic, and unnatural looking grass that has been traditionally used in children's playgrounds or at mini-golf venues. However, modern synthetic grass has come a long way in recent times and looks as attractive and feels as soft and natural as real grass. There are a number of situations where choosing synthetic grass is the superior option over real grass, and here are three of them.
You may be a new property manager and you may be wondering how the commercial landscaping company came up with the service quotation they sent you. Read on and discover some of the factors that landscapers consider when bidding for work.
Commercial landscapers visit the site of a prospective client and take detailed measurements in order to generate an estimate of what it will cost to maintain that landscape.
If you want to plan a cool, tropical-themed party, you need fun cocktails in coconut shells, classic luau music and other tropical party favours. However, you also need to set the scene with a few plants. Luckily, you can hire what you need easily from plant hire companies.
To put together some festive foliage for your next tropical-themed party, take a look at these essential tips:
1. Play with potted palm trees
Each year in Australia, stormwater causes around $550 million worth of damage. This figure is set to increase due to the impacts of climate change, and the increased frequency of extreme weather events that will entail. Stormwater can have adverse effects on your home's foundations, paved areas, and concrete slabs if it isn't managed correctly. It can also damage neighbours' property, which may see you liable for any repair bills. Fortunately, there are two excellent ways to manage your stormwater.