The year is flying by. Before we know it will be on a summer break. Summer breaks are best spent outdoors. Get ahead of your job list with these tips so you can spend your break enjoying your garden not working on it.
It’s the season when outdoor plants move inside. You might have sent your houseplants to your deck or perhaps you have some tender tropical’s that need to be overwintered indoors. But before your plants come inside, a trip to the garden store can solve any potential problems. Continue reading “Time to bring your plants in.”
Preparation is critical for your garden to survive the wilting effects of the Australian Summer. Summer means different things to different gardeners. Some parts of Australia bake in the harsh rays, while other parts are bashed with storms. But for all of us, summer brings common challenges, such as dividing time and effort between keeping our gardens in good shape, and enjoying them during the summer holidays. Below are some tips to help you try and achieve both.
Summer is here, at last, with all of its enjoyable warm-weather activities: picnics, hiking, fishing, gardening, swimming, boating, barbeques, and, of course, celebrating the holidays. Unfortunately, it’s a fact of nature that all of these are accompanied by a certain amount of risk. Grey Army wants you to have a safe and wonderful time this summer. So, we have a created the below list of tips for you to keep in mind to reduce the risk of spending any time being treated for injuries from easily avoidable accidents.
As the days get longer and warmer, our attention naturally turns toward spring and summer activities, but this is also an ideal time to spruce up your properties exterior with the help of a landscaper. The way in which we landscape our properties has undergone a big shift in the last several years, for a number of reasons. Many homeowners simply don’t have the time to devote to maintaining a yard the way they have done in the past and tighter water restrictions have made it more difficult and expensive to maintain an expansive lawn and as a result, homeowners have begun to reconsider the ways in which they design their yards and gardens. These are a few of our favourite landscaping trends for drier climates… Continue reading “Spring Landscaping Spruce”
During the Christmas period, the market for selling property tends to slow down with the busiest periods being Autumn and Spring. Summer is the best time to get houses organised for that SOLD sticker with profit renovations.