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Home Living : September 13th 2011
2 HLC - HOME LIVING: CENTRAL, Tuesday, September 13, 2011 HOMELIVING LIFESTYLES - ADVERTISING FEATURE Allow pets a chance to Great gardens can create the perfect pet and plant balance. With spring here, we're all looking forward to a great gardening season. And experts say changes in our way of life have resulted in a shift away from the big backyard to smaller spaces designed to accommodate everything from productive gardens to the family dog. ''People are finding smarter ways to utilise their outdoor space; from dwarf fruit and vegetables for smaller spaces, to growing systems that allow the freedom to garden up walls and on rooftops,'' says Matthew Carroll from the Nursery & Garden Industry Australia. Mixing pets and plants TIPS from Pet Care Information Advisory Service to create the perfect pet/plant balance. The outdoor activities of your pet will vary depending on what type of animal you have. Have plans in place for the active infant stage, knowing that you can relax more in the placid later years. All outdoor areas should be secure. For dogs this includes fencing that can't be jumped over or dug under. Cats can be kept secure in an enclosure, allowing fresh air without leaving your property. Section off a separate area of your garden for pet toileting, cover with gravel or wood chips. Many common garden plants are toxic to pets. Your local nursery can advise you on this. Surround the garden bed with a strong hedge or raise it to a level that your pets can't reach. 3AMMUT 3TREET 3MITHFIELD WWW GLIDEROL COM &/2 ! &2%% -%!352% 15/4% #!,, o -ANUFACTURERS OF RESIDENTIAL ROLLERS DOORS o 3ECTIONAL OVERHEAD DOORS o !UTOMATIC GARAGE DOOR OPERATORS 2059752i 11/01 BUILT IN WARDROBES FACTORY DIRECT PRICES BUILT IN WARDROBES FACTORY DIRECT PRICES PH: 9890 7477 PH: 9890 7477 • FREE MEASURE & QUOTE • LIFETIME GUARANTEE Made to suit your budget & needs • Style • Service • Variety • Full range • Accessories • Hinged Doors • Sliding Doors • Over 20 years exp. Sydney Wardrobe Company Pty. Ltd www.sydneywardrobe.com.au Lic: 185628C 2152887i hlw wk40 2258438 13/9 Turn your dreams into reality Rodney Binet 0412 822 608 Ann Chen 0404 888 198 2IÀFH 9868 3222 www.binethomes.com.au 45 YEARS EXPERIENCE EXCELLENT VALUE FOR MONEY GREAT RESALE VALUE MULTI AWARD WINNING BUILDER Love where you live, but need a new home? SPECIALISING IN Z New homes Z .QRFN GRZQ UHEXLOG VHUYLFH Z +RXVH ODQG SDFNDJHV Z 'XSOH[ GXDO RFFXSDQF\ GHYHORSPHQWV Z )XOO EULFN EULFN YHQHHU FRQVWUXFWLRQ Z ,Q ODZ DFFRPPRGDWLRQ KRPHV FREE QUOTE 1582-1584 Canterbury Road Punchbowl Tel 9708 6888 | 9708 6688 www.atoptide.com.au Mon-Fri9am-5pm|Sat-Sun9.30am-4pm massive discounts on kitchens and bathrooms 2130125 13/9 L shape kitchen including 10 cabinets with polyurethane doors and granite benchtop CUSTOM DESIGN SERVICE AVAILABLE from $1850 Whole sale hotline: 0422123760 firstname.lastname@example.org from $350 plus free base bar from $185 from $90 from $250 from $250 from $150 from $65 from $170 VISIT OUR SHOWROOM FOR A FREE QUOTE ATOPTIDE Good Kitchen & Bathroom
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