We all appreciate a well manicured garden, but who (really) has the time?? Lives are getting busier, people are working longer, and there's other commitments that really cant wait.
BUT>>>> We have some good news!
If you have the time to get stuck in for just one solid weekend, (get some friends around to help) we're fairly certain it'll make a huge difference to the ongoing maintenance required.
Here's how it works..
1) Weed, trim, prune & cut away any unwanted plants.
Most importantly weed.
2) Lay mulch at minimum 100mm thick.
This will suppress weeds, lock in moisture, encourage microorganism activity and feed your plants naturally.
Basically by laying the mulch, it'll form its own natural weedmat :)
That's it! All done.
We know that actually getting it done is a lot trickier than talking about it, but if you can just get stuck in, it means less watering, less weeding, less fertilizer and more RELAXING AND ENJOYING your slice of paradise.
Timberline aged arb mulch available from $30-$40
per cube depending on qty required.
Phone 0800 367 9663
88 Ararimu Road, Ramarama (off the new roundabout)
Open 8-5 Weekdays & 8-2 Saturdays
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