Make Your Own Kokedama

hanging kokedama

Kokedama is a highly decorative type of plant growing and a fun project for your own family. Learn how to make one with our succinct guide!

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Your Guide to Mulch Types

Ever wondered what mulch to use? We go through all the different types and their uses in this blog post.

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The Art Of Niwaki

a niwaki formed tree

Skip the 7 years of exhausting training and get your knowledge about niwaki now. All the basic knowledge behind the ancient Japanese art.

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Grow Succulents In Water

Wet succulent.

Ever wanted to grow succulents in water? No, because it sounds crazy? It’s not. This guide will teach you how!

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Xeriscaping: A Perfect Fit for Australia

sun face clay ornament

Let’s face it. Straya is not exactly known for it’s wealth in water. So today we’ll be exploring a landscaping method that centers around using as little of it as possible and still achieving great results. While xeriscaping sounds much like what a xenobotanist may do, the reality (unfortunately) isn’t at all sci fi. It’s perfectly applicable to your Melbourne garden, and can save you time and money in the long run.

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