The Master Gardener
The Master Gardener is our blog that aims to outline how well designed landscapes can add value to your emotional, mental, physical and financial well-being.
Good landscape design can take a residential project to a whole new level by adding value and speeding up either client acceptance or unit sales, explains landscape architect Jai Cheswick.
A recently published paper outlines how greening public and private spaces can improve self-reported mental health.
Gardens can be a great source of comfort to those grieving the loss of a loved one, and interaction with them should be regarded as an important part of healing.
One of the most important roles of the garden around the home is to provide a pleasant outlook from inside the dwelling...
Cheswick Consultants installed this interesting semi-edible garden with water collection,raised veggie beds and fruit trees.
On a recent trip to India I visited many samadhs, temples, caves and shrines in the (mainly) central region of Maharastra, especially the Nasik area.
Traditionally a sukkah is a temporary hut constructed for use during the week-long Jewish festival of Sukkot. It is topped with branches and often well decorated with autumnal, harvest or Judaic themes.
Stressed Execs Seek Nature !
"Landscapes have qualities that influence the process of thought and facilitate more effective and efficient action within business." ~ Jai Cheswick
A replica of Petes' raised veggie patch from ABC Gardening Australia and a kitchen garden for use by Ed Halmagyi of Better Homes and Gardens.