Puddleton Gardens News

At Puddleton Gardens, we want to ensure you are always up to date with what’s going on in the world of landscape gardening and horticulture information and news. Whether it has to do with new weather patterns, or the latest trends in garden design, we strive to keep you up to date with the latest news.

We will provide you with gardening and horticultural information to keep you informed, which will ensure you know how to manage your garden to the best of your ability. From watering, to soil management, to pruning techniques, you will find it all right here. Bookmark our Puddleton Gardens website and check out what landscape gardening and horticultural information and news that will be shared on a monthly basis.

The more knowledge you have about the latest in landscape gardening and horticulture news, the better equipped you will be to maintain your garden or outdoor landscape. Whether you are managing your own garden or our experts at Puddleton Gardens are doing it for you, the information and news we provide can be integrated into your gardening routine.

Not only do we provide you with the latest professional landscape gardening and horticulture services, we are now able to keep you up to date with the latest and more effective landscape gardening and horticulture news.

  • Sydney Day Nursery Projects

    early childhood playground

    Over the last 3 years Puddleton Gardens has been working with Sydney Day Nursery (SDN) renovating their centre playgrounds to conform with the recent changes to playground standards.  The new standards promote calculated risk taking and greater adventure challenges for pre-school children.

    We’re particularly excited with this working relationship. SDN are passionate about creating bespoke playgrounds with a natural feel and purpose built elements rather than installing pre-fabricated play equipment. Puddleton Gardens, SDN and Liquid Design have collaborated to produce some interesting and unique interactive features for children to explore and play. 

  • How to be a smart gardener

    Healthy Soil

    Plants don’t ask for much. To grow, all they need is the right proportions of four basic things – sunlight, water, air and nutrients. They are provided with three of these needs via the soil, making it the single most important factor in your garden.

    A complete understanding of what soil type you’re working with, as well as what’s going on in the soil and what to put in it, is the foundation of smart, water-efficient gardening. Learning about soil is much easier while you’re working with soil.


  • How much water does a newly planted shrub or tree need?


    Plants will wilt and die without enough water. But too much water can be just as bad for the plant, they may rot or die from lack of oxygen.

    Providing the correct amount of water to a new garden is vital to its establishment and will ensure your plants are given the best opportunity to thrive and survive.

    Click on the link below to view more info on irrigating for plant establishment.

  • Breaking News: Europe bans bee-killing pesticides!


    The European Union is set to impose a two-year ban on three pesticides suspected of contributing to the global decline in the number of bees.

    Fifteen countries voted to allow the European Commission to restrict the use of the insecticides from December 1.

    About three-quarters of global food crops rely on bees and other insects to fertilise their flowers, so the decline of honeybee colonies due to disease, habitat loss and pesticide harm has prompted serious concern.

  • Alpine May 2012 Seminar - Plant Establishment by Jonathan Garner of Puddleton Cottage Gardens


    Jonathan Garner discusses plant establishment, soil compaction and irrigation issues in garden settings.

    Click here to view his presentation.

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0417 460 704
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Landscape Licence 254051C

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