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Spring has Sprung

Spring has officially sprung, and now is the time of the year to get stuck into your garden, particularly in adding new flora to your garden. This article will cover what you should be doing in your garden over the next two months as well as some suggestions of what...

Shrubs as architectural focus points in the garden

This blog lists shrubs, small trees, and other shrub-like plants that you can use as architectural form plants to create an eye-catching piece in your garden. When you add a couple of carefully chosen trees and shrubs and other shrub-like plants, you can go far in...

Garden Landscaping with Popular Low-maintenance Plants

Lately, I have been walking through some of the residential projects installed by the garden landscaping team at Contours Design Studio. I noticed some unusual plants making a regular appearance. Many of these you might not know yet. You will, however, soon realize...

10 Fantastic Tips To Start Your Own Vegetable Garden

More and more people are choosing to grow vegetables in their vegetable gardens rather than purchasing them from the store. But growing your vegetables requires some vegetable garden planning and preparation. Some important aspects to keep in mind while doing your...

7 Garden Design Tips for Small Spaces

There are a few tips to keep in mind when planning a small garden, courtyard or patio garden to help maximise the feeling of space. Try and limit the functions that are only absolutely necessary for one particular area. For example if a washing line is paramount but...

Invasive Alien Plants – Beautiful, Harmful & Illegal

Today, we’re flipping the other side of the coin to discuss invasive alien plants. We will focus on 10 culprit plants and weeds that are often kept in gardens for their pleasing or extraordinary looks and ornamental value. But many gardeners do not understand the...
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