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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Planting NZ Gardens. Landscape Design Ideas New Zealand. NZLANDSCAPES landscape designers in Auckland.


When planting NZ gardens, NZLANDSCAPES landscape designers in Auckland, New Zealand, consider all the garden requirements each New Zealand plant variety will require. Soil types vary around the world and with a quick soil analysis we can gather the information required to design planting plans for your gardens accordingly.

A soil analysis would include:

Soil type
Soil structure
Soil moisture
Soil pH.(Acid or Alkaline soil levels).

Soil analysis is critical in the performance of particular plant types, for example a Camellia or Rhododendron will not tolerate an alkaline soil, much preferring an acid soil.

Some New Zealand Phormium or Cordyline varieties will not tolerate a soil with a constant high water content, therefore sometimes struggling to grow in an over-watered container.

Free draining soils are not always the best for plant types that prefer wet or bog type soils. NZ Raupo, Typha orientalis is a variety that will prefer water margin planting.

If you are considering planting a New Zealand garden and would like some advice on what plant types are best suited to your soil type, or you would like to have a NZLANDSCAPES landscape designer guide you through a NZ planting scheme best suited to your individual garden requirements you can EMAIL NZLANDSCAPES for further assistance.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Trees for New Zealand Gardens - Prunus campanulata 'Okame' Landscape Design NZ.



NZ Landscape and landscaping Trees for New Zealand gardens / landscapes. Prunus campanulata 'Okame' is a stunning specimen tree in any landscape garden scene, showing late winter to early spring garden pleasures in New Zealand, Prunus campanulata "Okame" can introduce brilliant floral displays through seasonal change.
Shown here in full flower, this smaller variety of prunus will attract bird life into your garden with sweet nectar filled flowers.
Flowering in July / August in New Zealand, Prunus campanulata 'Okame' is bursting with colour when the winter garden in NZ can be dull and lack vibrancy. Planting P. campanulata 'Okame' will enhance any dreary winter garden scene.
Growing to a height of 4-6 meters in New Zealand gardens. May be pruned to shape during winter dormant period ( no leaf ). Can also be trained into an over head canopy rather than shrub form. Remove all additional ground level growth retaining one single growing stem when young.
To contact a NZLANDSCAPES landscape designer in New Zealand, Or TO know More about your Garden? email here

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Carnivorous Plant Nurseries New Zealand. Plants and unusual planting options for small gardens.


Pitcher Plants. These magnificent plants have both wonderful flowers and foliage. The tall trumpet pitchers range in size up to an incredible 1 meter for well matured plants.

If you are unsure of what carnivorous plants are suitable for your garden you can contact a NZLANDSCAPES Landscape Designer in New Zealand.
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