Your Secret Getaway

The fast pace of life today can make a spontaneous getaway seem out of the question. City living may not offer the luxury of a large private lawn, but don’t underestimate the promise of a balcony, a common-space courtyard and small patio. With a little imagination, any of these can be transformed to pull off the effect of a genuine escape.

Style Your Home With Plants

Plants add a sense of life and energy to a home which is why you should add them to your entryway to create a natural and vibrant 'wow' factor. Indoor plants set a welcoming tone as the colours of nature make our homes feel fresh, calm as well as renewed, which is a nice ambiance to enjoy after coming home for a long day of work or school. Not only do indoor plants make a space feel alive, they also add great texture, shape and colour to a room. Plants are also a long term design solution as they can stand the test of time. This can save you money in the long run.

Garden Motivation

Do you have a small urban garden?

Do you want to transform it into a exciting, contempoary space?

As a city dweller I know all to well the premium paid for a property with a garden, so I can access to my very own 'garden' or 'retreat'. And if your like me your have every intention in making sure it always looks great, lush and neat so you can enjoy the space.

Starting a Meditation Garden

Everything in the garden offers some form of nurturing, whether it's food or something visual.

For years we’ve been seeking to create a sanctuary in our built environment that reflects the need for relaxation, contemplation and escape from stress. A garden, balcony or an indoor urban jungle does just that.

People are starving for more nature and serenity in their lives, the great thing about a meditation or a zen garden is that you don’t even have to know anything about meditation to create one.

It doesn't take years of study under a zen master, though, to feel the calming effects of spending time in a garden or in nature—if only to enjoy refuge from the constant sensory bombardment of urban life. Just being outdoors elicits more awareness of what the world is truly made of.