Upgrading the office garden

  • Three Reasons to Hire Indoor Plants for Your Wedding Instead of Buying Flower Arrangements

    22 April 2019

    If your wedding day is fast approaching and you're trying to decide if you should buy some flower arrangements or hire a few indoor plants for the venue, here are three reasons why you might want to opt for the latter. It's More Eco-Friendly If you like to think of yourself as an environmentally-responsible person, then it is worth using the services of an indoor plant hire company rather than a florist when the time comes to begin decorating your wedding venue.

  • The Important Things That You Need to Know Before You Buy Mulch

    12 October 2018

    Everyone understands that adding mulch to a tree nursery or garden does a world of good to it. However, not all mulch is created equal, and if you are new to gardening, you might end up getting a product which will harm your garden more than it will improve it. Countless garden supply stores and garden supply delivery services will advertise their mulch and term it as the best; however, it is your responsibility to look at the available mulch and pick what best suits your needs.

  • Responsible Garden Waste Management

    30 November 2016

    If you're planning on doing some long-overdue garden maintenance then you'll no doubt be left with a mass of waste material, lots of which may be organic matter. As part of Australia's Department for the Environment and Energy plan to clean up both urban and rural areas, you can ensure that you do your part by responsibly disposing of waste in a skip, or better still recycle it. You'll be indirectly supporting the Green Army community project initiative, even if you are unable to dedicate your own time to helping them.

  • How To Eradicate Spider Mites From Your Hydroponics System

    22 November 2016

    If you grow fruit and veggies hydroponically, you may find that your plants are attacked by pests from time-to-time.  Spider mites can be a particular nuisance if they get into your grow room, ruining your plants and being very difficult to get rid of.  Here's how to identify and deal with spider mites. Identifying spider mites Spider mites are tiny insects that are notoriously difficult to spot.  The pests are usually cream or red in colour and measure about 1mm in length.