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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

We would like to have some sort of basic landscaping done on the hill at the rear of our house. This hill is the part of our section. Our property is under construction at the moment with a moving date in June.


Paving small rectangular area to extend patio. Area is 300cm x 575cm x 200cm x 575cm. Quotes please.


A section of our timber retaining wall will need to be rebuild, it's currently a construction site but access is easy and plenty of room to manoeuvre. We have all the required materials on site, we just need somebody…


We have a large paved courtyard, some of the stones have sunk down a bit and they quite old so wondering if there was a way of rejuvenating them


I have a parking Bay that needs pavers uplifted, and the base excavated and redone properly. Also landscaping on either side of parking bay.


Excavating, build retaining wall and lay base course for driveway/parking pad extension.


We have 2 small areas that need ready lawn. This is a result of new concrete paths being laid. The areas are probably about 12sqm in total but as this is our rental property and we do not live in CHC I have not measured…


Old retaining wall is falling. Need to pull it down and replace it with a new timber retaining wall. Approx 2.5 high by 30m long. We are expecting consent out of council in about 3 - 4 weeks


A section of our garden wall has cracked and sunken and needs to be repaired and plastered


To fit a three part waterfall and have it functioning, on existing swimming pool. Fibreglass. Has three pumps. They need to be hooked up to existing power supply.


Hi there We have a small garden along the length of our villa where we're about to lay a lawn. We'd like 30% of this area to have pavers to create a path to walk along the length of the house. Attached is a design…


We have a flat courtyard paved with slabs we want to replace with more modern, lighter coloured paving slabs. We need a quote please to remove and replace existing slabs.


Looking for a quote on artificial grass on my front lawn


Looking at different options for my front lawn and I'm leaning more towards paving. So I'm after someone who is/are experienced in paving


Wanting advice on design etc and then completion of approx 20sq meters of courtyard and path. I'm open to different aggregate depending on price. But it needs to be solid not gravel