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Flooding and harsh conditions were just two of the challenges facing the Neville Stewart Landscaping team when they designed and built this native garden and boardwalk for a property at Kaka Point. Owner, Annie Rankin says, “People still stroll/cycle past and stop and chat about the garden when we are in there weeding. It continues to give us immense pleasure and less back-breaking work now. It will be amazing once the ferns take off.”

At Neville Stewart Landscaping we craft unique garden and urban landscape designs. By establishing a close working relationship with you and understanding your lifestyle, we deliver exactly what you want for your property.

We understand the challenges and micro-climates our region presents. Whether you want a garden that is low-maintenance, child-friendly, productive, formal, cottage, coastal, vibrant, filled with natives or a secret space to read a book we are the “go-to” company in Dunedin, Otago and Southland for landscaping design and construction.

If you have a home garden in Dunedin or anywhere in Otago … at some point you’re going to need help to redesign or make-over the landscape. You are going to need the services of Neville Stewart Landscaping. 

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With temperatures in Otago rocketing up and down the thermometer at present, eager gardeners are in danger of planting out tender plants too early.

It's tempting to snap up new arrivals at the garden centre and get them in now, in the hopes of faster flowering or ripening. But the way the weather has been behaving recently, this is risky. Four seasons in one day is not uncommon.

Our advice, based on years of experience, is to wait until the weather is more settled before planting in earnest. Warmer soils and air temperatures will ensure your precious new aquisitions quickly take off given the right conditions. In the meantime, store you new treasures in sheltered places where they can be out of the wind until you're ready to plant.

And if you're looking for a new garden design this season, do get in touch. We're always happy to come to your place for a free look and the sharing of ideas.
(Photo courtesy Otago Daily Times.)
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