We all know how frustrating it is when we have prepared our garden beds, laid out our ground cover then the wind starts blowing! Even greater frustrations begin when planting on banked or sloped areas and our ground cover slides down the bank.
Block out neighbours or ugly views with decorative screens
Your home, your castle, or so you thought. What could bring this great ideal crumbling down? Your once lovely view looks onto your new neighbours clothes line, comfort in your backyard is compromised by prying eyes!
Traditional ways of solving these problems by planting trees or building higher fences can take either patience for plants to grow, or a large financial investment to achieve the privacy you desire.
What is a faster, easier solution that won’t break the bank and provide the blockout from those unsightly views and annoying neighbours? Australian hardwood decorative screens.
These decorative screens provide many answers to these growing problems. As sections get smaller and neighbors unwillingly draw closer, privacy becomes paramount. There is more demand for deck areas and patios to become outdoor living spaces, using decorative screens can provide the privacy screening, pergola shelter or decorative fencing to achieve this.
In scenarios where the level of privacy or protection from the weather is a concern, the range of blockout patterns available can suit many applications.
If you are a keen green finger and have created garden beds, you will be familiar with one problem – lawn overgrowth. Garden edging establishes clean, crisp lines separating planted beds from your lawn.
When winter arrives and delivers its unrelenting line-up of rain, cooler tempera-tures and soggy ground underfoot, it makes you aware the simple tasks of nav-igating to the clothesline or merely getting a cauli from the garden can become quite an expedition.