Apunga Landscapes excel in site set out and garden preparation. We have decades of horticultural knowledge and experience to complete your project with pride and professionalism. Other horticultural services that we offer is seasonal garden maintenance, that is not limited to selective pruning, fertilising, mulching, planting and the coring and top dressing of lawns.
We are qualified horticulturists with years of invaluable experience. We prioritize understanding your desired themes and tastes while offering sound and practical horticultural advice. Whether you envision a formal, native, bird-attracting, low-maintenance, succulent, or lush tropical garden, we have the expertise to bring your vision to life.
Whether your goals involve creating shade, privacy screening, or enhancing your space with feature pots, we've got you covered. We have access to the highest quality plants and meticulously select them to suit your project's requirements. Over the years, we've fostered strong and trusting relationships with wholesale nurseries and growers across Australia, ensuring access to a wide range of plant options, from tubestock to advanced stock and ex-ground trees.
At Apunga Landscapes, we don't just design, supply, and install project plantings; we also offer consultation and planning services to rejuvenate existing gardens. Our staff are highly trained, and we employ trusted planting techniques to kickstart the establishment of your new garden.
In addition to installation, we provide seasonal garden maintenance that goes beyond the typical mow-and-blow service. Our exclusive clientele benefit from specialist tasks including selective pruning, pest and disease management, mulching, fertilizing, transplanting, and re-planting.
We specialize in advanced tree transplanting and undertake large-scale planting and mulching projects. Working in tandem with our construction team, we can enhance your existing soil structure through cultivation and mineral applications, creating an optimal environment for your new garden to thrive.
In landscaping, hardscape refers to the construction of landscape building components such as retaining walls, decking, paving, concreting, steps, patios, etc. On the other hand, softscape encompasses all horticultural or planting elements associated with your landscaping project. Materials typically associated with softscapes include imported soils, mulches, plants, turfing, irrigation, and garden edging.