A Great Way To Stop Weeds Exploding In Your Garden This Summer

While many Australians love a pristine garden, very few people enjoy putting in the long hours that are required to keep it weed free. This goes doubly for summer when conditions are more conducive for plant growth. Getting down on your hands and knees and manually weeding your garden doesn't seem very appealing in 30 degree plus heat, so there must be a better way, right? Fortunately, there is one: mulch. Read More 

Do-It-Yourself Precautions For Laying Your Lawn

Your success in having a lush green lawn is determined from the very beginning when you're laying down the turf. How well you follow the instructions and pay attention to precautions is the first step to succeeding. Below are key precautions you should consider when preparing the ground and laying down your lawn.   Clearing the Ground Clearing the area where you're going to lay your turf cannot be overemphasized. Remove any weeds, rocks, tree stumps and any form of dirt and waste on the surface. Read More 

3 Things Newbies Should Consider Before Visiting a Hydroponics Store

There are various reasons you may choose to move away from traditional gardening techniques and migrate to hydroponic methods. You may want a higher yielding crop in a smaller space, want to avoid certain fertilizers, or you may simple want to try the technique and compare it to others you have tried. Regardless of the reasoning, there are a few things you should consider before you visit your local hydroponics stores to begin down this path. Read More 

Considerations When Purchasing a New Lawn Mower

When looking to purchase a new lawn mower, you need to consider features that would be most prudent to your convenience as well as your yard. As such, it is not simply about selecting the first lawn mower that catches your fancy. The good news is that you only need to consider a few things in order to narrow down your options. Here are some of the considerations to keep in mind when purchasing a new lawn mower. Read More 

2 Excellent Tips For Transforming Your New Run-Down Garden

Buying a run-down home and renovating it is a popular choice for Australian home-owners. Not only does it make sense financially, often greatly increasing the value of the home, it's also a chance to create a unique and beautiful home that suits your needs perfectly. Unfortunately, run-down homes often come with run-down gardens that may have been severely neglected for many years. Tackling a large, unruly garden may seem like it will take a great deal of work, but there are a two excellent ways that you achieve maximum results for minimal effort and expense. Read More