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Hey! My name is Peter and this is my garden supply blog. I spent many years working in Sydney as a human rights lawyer. I loved my job but it didn't leave me very much time to pursue my hobbies. Since I retired, I have been spending more time in my garden. I have always loved plants and flowers so it was a real joy to get out there. However, I realised that I didn't have any of the tools I needed to get my garden into shape. Thankfully, my brother-in-law works at a garden supply centre so he was able to give me some great advice.

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Common Mistakes Homeowners Should Avoid with Mulch Delivery
18 February 2022

Mulch delivery services have made landscaping easy

Recommendations to keep your lawn healthy with your ride-on mower
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Your lawn is a living and growing plant, which nee

5 Types Of Organic Mulch For Your Garden
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Synthetic mulches, such as landscape fabric, provi

Ways of Making the Most of Crushed Concrete as a Landscaping Supply
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Concrete, admittedly, is typically associated with

3 Ways Mulch Helps To Create Low Maintenance Garden Beds
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Australians love the outdoor lifestyle, and the ba

Common Mistakes Homeowners Should Avoid with Mulch Delivery

Mulch delivery services have made landscaping easy for property owners. You only need to place an order, make payment, issue delivery instructions and wait. However, you only enjoy the convenience by avoiding common mistakes related to delivery. This post highlights the common mistakes that property owners should avoid regarding mulch delivery services. Failure to Confirm Availability on Delivery Day -- When you place an order for mulch to be delivered in two days, there is no guarantee you will be around on that particular day. Read More 

Recommendations to keep your lawn healthy with your ride-on mower

Your lawn is a living and growing plant, which needs fertilizer and regular water and trimming. When you have access to use a ride-on mower, your lawn mowing can be an easier and more enjoyable task. Here are some recommendations to help you get the most out of your ride-on lawnmower to maintain your lawn. Get to Know Your Maneuvering When you first start out using your new ride-on lawnmower, you will easily be able to handle your lawn mowing task each week faster and easier. Read More 

5 Types Of Organic Mulch For Your Garden

Synthetic mulches, such as landscape fabric, provide no benefit to your soil, but can be a good choice if you're intention is purely to improve the aesthetics of your garden. Organic mulches consist of natural materials that break down over time and add nutrients into your soil. There are several types of organic mulch and each type has its own advantages. Here's an overview of five types of organic mulch for your garden: Read More 

Ways of Making the Most of Crushed Concrete as a Landscaping Supply

Concrete, admittedly, is typically associated with building products. Nonetheless, it is steadily making its way into Australian properties as a landscaping material, particularly in crushed form. Crushed concrete is especially ideal as a landscaping supply since it comprises recycled materials. As a result, it is a great way to update your property while also being environmentally friendly. Additionally, crushed concrete is multifunctional, so you are guaranteed to find numerous ways of incorporating it into your property. Read More 

3 Ways Mulch Helps To Create Low Maintenance Garden Beds

Australians love the outdoor lifestyle, and the backyard is an important part of this. Backyards are more than just a green space, they're a place to play, socialise, and spend time with family. Backyards also need regular upkeep to ensure that they're healthy and attractive. For some people, gardening is a much-loved and relaxing pastime. For many others, gardening is an unpleasant but necessary chore that cuts into time that could be spent relaxing. Read More