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Home Living : March 2nd 2010
HLF-HOMELIVING:NORTHWEST,Tuesday,March2,20101 HOMELIVING ●● ............................................ INSIDE ●● ● HEALTH IN HAND Gardening improve fitness ● SMART WAYS Be insulation wise ● PICTURE PERFECT Painting, photoshop, treescape ● IN TREND Autumn gardening trends Ripe for change Janita Singh Ripe for change Every season brings with it changes and challenges. Autumn is here and the cool change is not only refreshing for many of us but also great news for our gardens. It’s a great time to start garden projects and do some maintenance around the house – give that neglected fence a coat of fresh paint, construct a new pathway, sharpen your tools, put in some new plants, mulch, fertilise and bring some excitement back into your home. It’s a great time to give your plants a boost after the hot summer months and ensure strong growth for spring. Autumn is a great season to start making small improvements and, with some care, we can all take advantage of milder temperatures. Social gatherings call for more than a dining table cornucopia. So we’ve rounded up a bounty of solutions for reinvigorating your home, garden and yard for autumn. • Large Showroom • Help with your Project • New Homes or Renovations • Quotation to Install • SALE NOW ON! EASTWOOD 58 BALACLAVA ROAD Ph 9874 2500 Fx 9874 1642 CASTLE HILL 1/9 PACKARD AVENUE Ph 9899 2822 Fx 9899 4056 2162109ihlnwk42 Quality tiles from $11.00/m2
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