If you feel like growing some vegetables in your garden, you'll probably be thinking about planting them directly in the ground. However, you might want to think about planting vertically instead of horizontally. A vertical garden grows plants on a fence, trellis or other support, and such systems are great for growing vegetables. Here are just four reasons why. 1. More Space for Produce There's a reason high-population areas tend to build taller buildings; there's almost no limit on how far up you can go.
15 October 2018
If your lawn is already lush and green, it should not take much work to keep it growing and looking great. All you need to do is water it when the weather is dry, fertilize it once a year and make sure your mower blades are sharp and properly adjusted. Things are slightly more difficult when your lawn is sparse, unhealthy or nonexistent. Whether you just moved into a new home and need to seed the lawn from scratch or breathe new life into your old lawn, here are some tips you can use to get your landscape clean, green and beautiful in no time:
5 August 2017
Winter has arrived and for many Australians, it's time to start making sure their home is warm and cosy during the colder months. For many people, stocking up on firewood for the open fire or wood burning heater is the most important task. If you've recently moved into a property that uses wood to produce heat for your home, then you may be inexperienced when it comes to purchasing firewood. Here are the two key issues that you'll need to consider.
30 May 2017