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Landscaping Ideas If You’re Limited On Space

If you’re worried about not having enough space, don’t be! There are so many gardening ideas nonetheless. Check out our list for some gardening inspiration if you’re short on space. Landscaping Idea 1: Vertical Garden  Vertical gardens give you the perfect opportunity to plant multiple different plants without compromising on the limited space you have.

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Pointed Metal Fence

Purpose of a Fence

Adding a fence will not only add a layer of protection to your home but can also add an attractive element to your property. Installing a fence is a long term investment, therefore it is important to make sure that the choice made is durable and can stand the test of time! Still on the

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Above Ground Planter Ideas

You might be limited with the amount of space you have. Or maybe you have plenty of space but you’ve found that planting flowers on the ground just a tad bit boring and mundane. Well, gardening does not have to be boring. Here are some above-ground planter ideas that are a little different from the norm and

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Designing Your Perfect Courtyard

Courtyards can be made to look like a slice of heaven right outside your doorstep. Make it heavenly with luscious flowers or minimalist, regardless of your styling preference, courtyards are a beneficial addition to your living space. They’re great in summer when the sun is shining bright and you use it as an entertaining space.

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Preparing Your Garden For Winter

Winter is Coming! As seasons change, gardening needs change too! Check out some of our winter gardening tips below to ensure you have a healthy garden ready for the upcoming cold months! Winter Gardening Tip No.1: Protecting the Soil  The bitter cold, that is the winter season isn’t necessarily good for your garden beds. Using mulch to cover up

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Using Succulents to Transform Your Outdoor Living Space

Succulents are a fantastic choice when it comes to gardening. They’re hardy plants made to survive tough conditions. They require minimal watering and as such are relatively low maintenance and hassle-free! These beauties come in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes. Combining a variety of these gorgeous plants will surely liven your home! 1.

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Avoiding the Pitfalls For Concrete Curing

Have you ever wondered what happens after long hours of building and cementing your concrete pavement? Well, it goes through a process known as the curing period (also known as the drying period). This is the most important stage of concrete installation as it starts to build durability through the hardening process. However, the process

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3 Tips For Low Maintenance Garden

Having a low maintenance garden that looks lush and healthy is possible! Many of us lead busy lives, meaning that we have limited time on our hands to maintain a garden. So how can you create a beautiful garden space that does not require a lot of maintenance in the long run? Here are 3

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DIY Concrete Sins

DON’T SKIP CONTROL JOINTS IN CONCRETE SLABS: The goal of all concrete installation is to produce a high-quality product that resists cracking. While curing concrete will go a long way toward strengthening the finished project, many concrete slabs will crack anyway — despite all precautions DON’T SUBJECT NEW CONCRETE TO EXCESSIVE WEIGHT: Although concrete will

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Landscaping Ideas

Idea 1: ADD A FLOWER BED BORDER Use stones to create an edge Add some mulch of your choice to spruce up plain flower beds in an instant Use flowers of your choice to add colour and vibrancy Idea 2: VERTICAL GARDEN Pick a spot that has a good combination of shade & sunlight Ensure

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How To Build A Fence From Scratch

Step 1 Planning Materials Posts 100 x 100mm x 1.8m H4 treated rough sawn Palings 150 x 19 H3.2 treated rough sawn OR 150 x 25 H3.2 Rails 75 x 50mm x 4.8m H3.2 treated rough sawn OR 100 x 50mm x 4.8m H3.2 treated Concrete (either builders mix and cement at a ratio of

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