Features

  • Show Stoppers 2020

    Shows, expos, conferences, conventions and summits (call them what you will) are must-attend events for all commercial and residential landscape contractors, landscape designers and architects, landscape service and product suppliers, maintenance...

  • Mix And Match

    Trending – Australian landscapes in the early twenty-first century packed with hardy native plants showing off our unique and diverse ecology. Yet, it’s always fashionable to ‘mix and match’ – mixing...

  • Cooking Up a Storm

    Urban landscapes have become so much more than just places where plants produce and flowers are grown. Homeowners have embraced the concept of incorporating the garden as part of the home....

  • Fences

    Fences play a significant part in our lives – they help protect our loved ones and our property; they help present our persona to the world; they define boundaries; they help...

  • Creating A Coastal Garden Paradise

    Sunshine, sand, your own private oasis where you can lie back in the shade, gaze at the warm blue sea and enjoy alfresco dining in the warmer months – that’s what...

  • Community Timber Partnerships Program

    Community Timber Partnerships Program salvages flood-damaged timber for hundreds of public projects Flood-damaged timber donated by Boral Timber has sprouted hundreds of community projects and developments across the State. In 2017,...

  • The New And Improved Australian Landscape

    Landscaping has come a long way from the gardens of the 1950s and ’60s so fondly remembered by Australian baby boomers – neat garden beds of flowering shrubs around a well-tended...

  • Exterior Paints

    Every good tradesperson knows the importance of quality products in achieving a superior finish on a job. When it comes to exterior surfaces of timber, metal or masonry there may be...

  • Water Werx

    Australians live on the driest continent on earth so it’s no surprise that water restrictions currently exist for all Australian states except Tasmania and the Northern Territory. Some states have even...

  • Riders On The Storm

    The diversity of Australian climates means that landscape construction works are susceptible to being affected by weather events such as snow, cold temperature, extreme heat, humidity, severe winds, and rainfall. This...

  • Fun Landscaping

    Australian households have different makeups with the majority occupied by two adults with children. The next most common form of household is the lone person, closely followed by couples without children,...

  • Things Of Stone And Wood

    It’s not easy being green! Ah, the gardens of Versailles, to the south of Paris, a landscape with a UNESCO World Heritage listing, visited by millions. Yet, when it was laid...

  • Sand Castles And Mud Pies

    From the ancient sandy soils of Perth and south-eastern South Australia to the deeply cracked, dry clays of large parts of Queensland and western NSW – we dream of rich loam...

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