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Your guide to Landscaping in NZ

Homeowners Guide to Summer Proofing Your Deck

Summer is here and our skin is not the only thing we need to protect from the harsh NZ sun. Our decking areas also need protecting. Not only are our decks areas to relax or dine upon. They are also an entranceway into our homes, making it important they are kept in top condition. To keep your deck looking great year after year, we’ve put together this handy guide about the steps you need to take to summer proof your deck. How to Keep Your Deck Looking Like New Summer brings more traffic… (view full article)

Successfully Incorporating Retaining Walls into Your Landscaping

Retaining walls play an important role in our landscaping efforts. Every wall is carefully planned and constructed to ensure it is able to withstand the required load. But all too often, the aesthetic aspect of it is not considered. This leaves many homeowners with unattractive landscaping features. One of the best ways to prevent this, is to work with an experienced landscaper right from the start. They will help guide you through the entire process, showing you how it is possible to… (view full article)

How to fix your retaining wall aesthetics with landscaping

Retaining walls are often perceived as uninspiring and seen as an eyesore. An occasional necessity, there is no reason why they should look ugly or out of place in your garden. Improving a retaining wall with the use of retaining wall aesthetics and landscaping is a simple matter with careful planning and planting. Blending Existing Retaining Walls into Your Landscaping Many of us have existing retaining walls which need camouflaging into our gardens. They may have been built with… (view full article)

Achieve Success with Our Spring Landscaping Guide

Spring is the perfect season for undertaking landscaping projects in your garden. The soil is still soft and is beginning to dry out. Weeds are easily treated before they multiply. When you're doing some spring landscaping it's also a great time to transplant trees and shrubs. Most importantly, it is a fabulous time to start a landscape design project for your outdoor entertainment area. Top Six Spring Landscaping Ideas With the sun shining through the blossoms and spring bulbs showing their… (view full article)

The benefits of a building a Conservatory

If you've been thinking about adding an extension to your home, building a conservatory is a clever way to add more living space without having to move to a larger home. One of the benefits of building a conservatory is the potential to add a lot of value to your home. Hiring an architect will help you to have an elegant, sophisticated and warm conservatory. So what are the benefits of building a conservatory? Adding Living Space to your Home One of the benefits of building a… (view full article)

Budget Landscaping Ideas from Former #allblacks player Andy Ellis

Today we’re pleased to share with you a guest blog post by Andy Ellis.  Andy is a former All Black who is part of an illustrious group being the 11th Crusader to reach 100 caps. Andy is involved with KamoMarsh, an award-winning Garden Design and Landscape Architecture firm based in Christchurch, New Zealand. For almost 40 years, KamoMarsh have worked on a diverse range of projects, creating beautiful landscape garden designs that both inspire and invigorate those who use the… (view full article)

Recent jobs posted by Landscapers Nationwide

Needed a 20 sq/m of concrete paving to be completed.


* Remove current vegetation, garden beds and retaining wall. * Rebuild retaining wall using sturdier solution. * Level yard and turf.


We have an small area on the side of our house that currently has stones. It is an under utilised space so We'd like to tidy it up with either fake grass or tiles. We are after a cost effective solution I.e won't cost a…


Retaining wall along fence line to level garden.


I need a quote to present my owners, for reinstating the grounds at a property in Westmere Auckland. Quote to include: Removing excess dirt/waste in driveway and at end of driveway and either laying some pavers or…


I'm looking to get some large pavers laid. Approx 45 sq metres


Build three raised veggie garden beds approx 3m x 4m each , build retaining wall (less than 1m ) approx 4m long , build small deck on front of garden shed , make compost bin area ( unsure of requirement here ? , replace…


A Two part task: Part 1 - We have a small area approx 6m x 5 m of our back lawn that was previously a vegetable garden (as pictured) that needs removal of some soil (has oxalis weed), levelling and new turf laid.…


A large vehicle has damaged the wood boarders in the driveway. This will need to be replaced and part of the lawn fixed up, maybe with some topsoil and seed.


Require lawns mown, weeding throughout, gardens to be mulched or bark placed


Newish home purchased a little over a year ago, never had the landscaping done. Would be looking at a design first up, including some small fencing jobs, paving and river stones, possibly some retaining, gardens and…


Newly built property needs landscaping including paving, planting grass & plants for outdoor garden.


I have a small area 4.5X5 meters that needs the clay and fill removed, hard fill surface/metal and plastic honeycomb plastic laid that can be driven on. The plastic sheets have been purchased. This will then need sand…


I have just had my outside area repaired, (EQC repairs) as well as my pool. I need an unbiased contractor to ascertain whether it is been repaired up to standard.


We need to change our street appeal and home entrance, this includes new fence , auto slider and pedestrian gate entrances and updating the landscaping on the front section /parking areas with new pavers/ concrete etc. …