In the past, nearly every Australian home had a large expanse of lawn. These days, smaller blocks on new sub-divisions mean that if you build a new home, then you aren't likely to have a massive backyard. The developers of new sub-divisions generally cater for this issue by creating plenty of green public spaces for residents to use. If you're in this position, you may be wondering if your new home needs a lawn at all.
Adding a retaining wall to your exterior space is an excellent way of increasing the curb appeal of your home. Retaining walls are beneficial for both aesthetic and non-aesthetic purposes. When used on a sloped exterior space, they can turn it into an eye-catching focal point in your garden or front porch. Additionally, they reduce soil erosion by minimising and managing stormwater runoff. Retaining walls also enhance your landscape and increase its functionality.
Hello! My name is Ronald and this is my landscaping blog. Today, I would like to discuss the topic of landscaping and how you can make your garden and the grounds of your property look great. When I was growing up, we didn't have a garden. We lived in a city centre apartment so all my mother had was a few plant pots on the balcony. I knew that when I grew up, I wanted a big garden all of my own. When I bought my new house, I contacted a landscaping company and I worked closely with them to plan the design of my garden. I am so happy. It looks great.