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Nathan Burkett loves our Plant Tiles!

We are thrilled that the Award Winning Landscape Designer from Nathan Burkett Landscape & Garden Design Melbourne is impressed with our Plant Tiles. As per the Instagram pic @nathanburkettdesign on 31.10.17: “Could have almost left it like this. Have to say I’m in love with @planttiles – Instant green gratification. Well done to these guys […]

Native wildlife gives the thumbs up to our unique Plant Tiles!

This little native Blue Tongue Lizard loves sitting on our Plant Tiles even before they are planted! As soon as he received our Plant Tiles, a client removed them from the carton to give them fresh air and water until he was ready to plant them.  He laid the Plant Tiles, still in their individual […]

Dichondra repens – the favourite alternative lawn!

Dichondra repens is a stunning, small leafed, Australasian native groundcover which makes a wonderful alternative lawn. It has a beautiful, dense thatch of delightful, lily-pad shaped leaves that become smaller and tighter with increased light intensity. Happy to take full sun and traffic, Dichondra repens is even used on some bowling greens in New Zealand. […]

Landscapers love our unique Plant Tiles!

Outdoor Secrets Landscaping used our unique Plant Tiles of Zoysia tenuifolia between pavers. “Plant Tiles are the ultimate solution for that instant green feel minus the lawn mowing.”   You can find out more about our unique Plant Tiles of Zoysia tenufolia here.

Low Maintenance Garden Ideas for a Stress-Free Outdoors

Having the most beautiful garden in the neighbourhood is something that many homeowners strive to achieve. Planning out how the landscape is going to look and planting things is hard work, but once that’s done, it’s done. The hard part is keeping everything looking great and that requires maintenance.

Zoysia tenuifolia – the favourite no mow grass!

A perennial favourite for no mowing enthusiasts, Zoysia tenuifolia is a low growing grass originating from South East Asia. Karl von Zois, an 18th century Austrian botanist, was commemorated by having the species named after him.