Genus Landscape Architects | Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

8 Tips to Maintain Your Beautiful Garden

May 16, 2017 | 0 Comments


Author: Lana Hawkins Maintaining a garden is not rocket science – but it is not a walk in the park either. To keep your natural shrine green and vibrant you need a lot of time and patience, as well as the right information. The trick is to pull together a garden that is low on […]
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Add Value to Your Home without Blowing the Budget

March 15, 2017 | 0 Comments


Author: Jayde Ferguson Whether you like getting your hands dirty or not, renovating your home and giving it some TLC is the best way to boost its value.  There are projects you can tackle on your own, with little experience and a healthy dose of creativity, and then some that are better left to the […]
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A New Entry Garden for The Alfred

March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments


Author: Jason Davidson Melbourne’s Alfred Hospital is undergoing a garden facelift.  What was once an overgrown and underused space on the hospital’s most prominant street frontage of Commercial Road, will soon be a welcoming and relaxing garden for visitors, patients and staff. Over the last two years, Genus has been working with The Alfred to […]
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Backyard Makeover Tips to Add Value to Your Home

February 6, 2017 | 0 Comments


Author:  Jayde Ferguson Aussies thrive on backyard entertaining.  Summer days call for it and winter days crave it – so having an outdoor space you can utilise all year round is an investment every homeowner should make.  Backyard renovations are one of the ultimate ways to boost your home’s value, but there’s more to it […]
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The Versatility of Shade Cloth

January 19, 2017 | 0 Comments


Author: Print My Fence Shade cloth is strong, very durable, extremely versatile and, best of all, reasonably priced. It can be purchased in rolls that make it an easy item to store at home and use as needed.  Below we list 8 DIY hacks using shade cloth around the house. Make your own sail shade […]
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Time for Your Front Garden Makeover

December 1, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Jayde Ferguson There’s no debating that first impressions do count. Although what’s on the inside is certainly important, houses – like books, are typically judged by their covers. Especially when it comes to selling your home; first impressions matter. A home’s front exterior should demonstrate a pride of ownership and inspire curiosity. Even if […]
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Making the Most of Your Outdoor Space

November 24, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Lana Hawkins Whether you have a spacious backyard or perhaps a smaller, more intimate garden setting, when it comes to landscaping and decorating, it’s really important to learn how to make the most of the space you have available. Opening up the door of your home to enter a new world full of wonder, […]
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The first steps to a Sustainable Home

November 7, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Jayde Ferguson Sustainable building is more than just a ‘buzzword’ these days. What was once a trend has now moved to a necessity; with more people every day thinking green. Sustainability starts with simplifying your life; minimising what you use, maximising what you repurpose and prioritising what really matters. Too much time, money, energy […]
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Ideas for Your Small Alfresco

October 28, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Jayde Ferguson With outdoor living areas now a true extension of the home, it has become paramount for homeowners to create the ideal retreat. As patio and alfresco areas get more versatile, designing your own space to suit any home, budget and lifestyle has only gotten easier. And there’s so many ideas to help […]
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Top Five Playground Ideas for Your Backyard

September 5, 2016 | 0 Comments


Author: Joseph Welsh It’s the quintessential Australian dream to have your own backyard, possibly with a white picket fence around the edge. But once you’ve got it, what do you do with it? Well, that’s where your own lifestyle and imagination comes in, doesn’t it? One of the most common additions to many a suburban […]
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