When I was a kid, I loved spending time in my grandparents’ garden, because there was always something new to be discovered there. I used to go to meet my grandparents twice or thrice a year, and each time, I could see something new in the garden – it could be a new flower or a new vegetable that my grandmother was trying to grow. So, when I chose to become a Brisbane landscaper, it came as no surprise to my family, because they knew that I had a green thumb and that I had a love of the outdoors and nature.
Although I loved spending time outdoors, there was so much about landscaping that I was not aware of. It was a domain that needed more than just a love of plants and an interest in being outdoors – this was a field where I needed to spend time learning the finer nuances of landscaping. I started by taking on courses that first taught me about the basics, including soil, water and of course what kind of plants would thrive in what kind of conditions. My first job was for a garden clean up in North Brisbane, but through that one clean up, I learnt how important it was to have a clean slate to work with.
Over the years, I have earned several certifications, which allows me to design the most elaborate gardens for homes, offices and even public parks. As a Brisbane landscaper with several certifications, I can create gardens and also handle plumbing, electrical works and even build solid structures.