Spring gardening tips for mountains gardens

Spring is usually the time for festivals. However, this year, plans have obviously been curtailed. But the lack of festivals doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the good weather. You can still grab the dog or a buddy and explore the neighbourhood. There’s inspiration closer than you think. Pay Mt Tomah Botanical gardens a visit or be a bit more adventurous …

Know your tradie.

Are you choosing the right landscaper? We know that choosing the right contractor for your job can be a difficult decision. But remember not all tradies are created equally. Too many times we have heard feedback from people that have been burnt in the past with shonky work by other landscapers. What you think seems to be a well priced quote …

Cookbook from Blackheath Public School

Masters Landscape is proud to support the publication of Nourish – Food for the Heart and Soul. A beautiful snapshot of the community of Blackheath lovingly put together by our own Sam Masters and a courageous rabble of local creatives – Jody Lee, (editor) Ona Janzen (who does all our beautiful images for Masters Landscape), Hannah Surtees (from Studio Ham …

Spring Clean

Spring is a great time to pull on the wellies start slapping on the sunscreen and get out in the great outdoors. Now that the weather is starting to improve and its the best time to get into the garden to get your property ready for all those beautiful blooms and growth of spring and the searing heat that summer will …

New Lawn Care

Wanting to romp over your new lawn barefoot?  With some extra TLC your new lawn will grow and thrive. Grass takes at least 14 days to take root.  You are trying to encourage roots to go deep into the underlying soil. Start with short waters more often. When established keep soil moist with bi-weekly waters during dry periods or periods of …