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  • Landscaping in Perth

    Why Do Residential Landscaping?

    There is something about lush greenery, ample sunlight, colorful flowers and sweet aromas that make the outdoors in Perth especially enticing. While we spend most of our time indoors, we can’t help but get drawn outside to the sounds and sights of nature. Do you have a residential landscape to rejuvenate and relax? If you do, […]

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    Landscaping To Help the Environment

    A garden is almost everyone’s favorite place in the household where they can enjoy a sense of peace and calm. But do you know gardening also works wonders for the environment? From impacting the air we breathe to lowering our carbon footprint on the world, gardening is good for many extraordinary reasons. Let’s look at […]

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    Do I Need a Landscape Architect or Designer?

    A landscape architect can do many things to take residential landscaping to the next level. A landscape architect is responsible for planning and executing structures – in both large and small residential areas. They handle both the hard and soft materials. They are also responsible for planning campuses and can create office parks as well […]

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    Tips for Killing Weeds in Winter

    As soon as winter comes around, you should pay special attention to your lawn regardless of how big a part of your landscaping it is. There are a number of things that need to be done and weed control is one of the most important tasks that need to be taken care of every winter. […]

  • Choosing The Right Landscaper

    Starting a project to redesign your property is a big process, so you want to make sure you have the right landscaper for the job. Everyone has heard horror stories about hiring unreliable contractors so Waterwise Landscaping has 5 tips to help you make the right choice. Don’t know any landscape companies in Perth? Concerned […]