Artview landscapes construction division is at Birchgrove completing a Black butt hardwood deck complete with new gardens, plants & irrigation to water the plants and garden lighting to highlight this landscape at night.

Artview landscapes now provide garden maintenance for our new clients on acreage in Exeter. Exeter is a charming English style small village in the Southern Highlands of NSW where cool climate plants thrive. We can fertilize your Azaleas, Camellias & Rhododendrons. We can also disbud your Camellias as this gives bigger blooms to have one bud per stem.

Autumn is upon us and is a great time to lay new lawns. Artview landscapes can provide you beautiful new lawns we use & recommend Sir Walter Buffalo.

March & April’s flower bed planting can include ‘Stock’ – Stock Flowers have single or double flowers with a 5cm  diameter and a pleasing clove-like scent. The romantic beauty of this flower brings texture to garden designs, and it’s sweet, spicy fragrance is an added attraction. Colors range from white, cream, yellow, peach, lavender, pink, purple and burgundy. It’s also the time to plant ‘sweet peas.’

In the Autumn vegetable garden, it’s time to plant Broccoli, Cauliflower, Beetroot or Brussel Sprouts.

Artview landscapes has grown a lot during 2016 and Employment Opportunities now exist for Apprenticeships in landscape construction and horticulture/garden maintenance; Apply now as an immediate start is required in April 2016. Please let us know why you want to be an Apprentice with Artview landscapes by including this in your application letter & send in along with your resume via email to You can apply via our add on the seek website. For further information on the position email or call Joanne on 8677 0888.

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