For as long as humankind has existed, there has been an area set aside for entertainment at everyone’s homes. Cave people would invite visitors to sit around their fire, and drawing rooms were popular additions in English homes in the 15th century. It’s almost in our DNA that we must entertain, and we must have somewhere to do it. When you’re landscaping, it can be no different. Factor in somewhere to entertain and enjoy the obvious social benefits that follow.
One of the most important aspects of landscaping is selecting the right plants for coastal regions that can adapt to the local climate and suit the desired aesthetics. While it may not seem to be such a challenge, getting these two factors right can be a challenging task even for the most adept landscape designer.
While a lot of the aspects of Landscaping including water features , fertilisers, harsh chemicals are commonly associated with sustainability, one of the most important but typically forgotten is sustainable designs for your landscaping.
The devil is in the details they say - this is a very common phrase! It is very true even with landscaping. While many designers would like to focus on the kind of plants and the weather, the soil for Landscaping is equally important to get the whole concept just right.
Sustainable landscaping is not just about ensuring the resources you use are biodegradable but by reusing non-degradable materials in your new design, you will have a wider impact in saving the plant.
And as a result of reusing non-degradable materials like glass bottles, plastic tubs or even tyres in your sustainable landscape, you will have a beautiful natural garden.
Here are many ways these discarded materials can be used to build works of art.
Landscaping is important to any residential or commercial property, especially so when it is a sustainable landscape. A well planned and designed garden is more appealing and useful than a randomly created one. Today with growing concerns and realisation about the threats to the planet, sustainable landscaping is becoming important.
Landscaping and lawn maintenance tend to use a wide range of chemicals right from fertilisers to pesticides, and herbicides. While you cannot do away with these chemicals completely, you can replace them with appropriate alternatives...