In Addition to the existing yards in Onehunga, Ellerslie and East Tamaki John and Lyndle are pleased to announce the opening of their fourth Landscape Supply yard at 15 Gills Rd Albany. Gills Rd just down from Albany Toyota in the Old Albany Village is the site of a new purpose built Landscape yard carrying [...]
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Native to South America, Tamarillos (or tree-tomatoes as my grandmother called them), were introduced to NZ in the late 1800′s. The small, large-leafed trees thrive in moderate NZ conditions – and need shelter and light, well-drained soil. The fruit have remained a popular seasonal treat due to their unique flavour, nutritional qualities and attractive colour. [...]
PALMCO ‘Strive to Survive’ Conference – 10-12 July 2009 The 2009 “retreat style” Conference is shaping up to be a fun event – Steve Martin (Taupo member) will head the committee. This years conference sees a great line up of talks on a range of topics from CAD planning to pine, as well as open [...]
‘How to GROW Through a Recession – the opportunities ahead’ 29th-30th July Palmerston North Featuring International Industry expert keynote speaker, John Stanley For Retailers: Hear how your staff’s spare time can be utilised brightening up the place with ‘latest colour schemes’ Staff training in better selling techniques and add on sales Displays that sell Changing [...]
You may have seen one on a garden makeover show or heard their words of wisdom on the radio, or even had your garden transformed by one… landscape designers , whilst diverse in their individual styles and in the way they present their ideas, have a shared passion for plants, landscapes and the people who [...]
Sitting pretty in a busy world As our lives get busier and busier, we look for places to retreat, relax and unwind. Your outdoor space has the potential to become a peaceful comfortable place, furnished with comforts once only relegated for interior spaces. Everyone can live comfortably outdoors these days, provided you have thought through [...]