Pathway to Property Landscaping

Idea’s to dress your home’s forgotten side and increase your home’s property value.

The sideway or pathway of most suburban homes is generally a narrow concrete path or a path covered in Lilydale toppings. Most homeowners neglect this area of their property and let their house pet utilise the space. However, with a little bit of planning and effort, you can transform this space into a feature of your property. If you choose to create your new space then we suggest you engage the whole family to input their ideas. Then, as a collective, you can make this a family project. And, at the same time raise the price of your property.

Simple Side Path Transformation

Before side path landscaping
Here is an example of how to simply transform a side path leading to a back gate. The fence and gate look a little tired. And the crushed rock path collects leaves, weeds and little amounts of rubbish and making it look untidy.


With just 3 alterations the side path is reborn. Note the gate frame remains. The corner edge was cut back. This allowed the brick paving to bend inward giving the effect of more space. In this space, some pot plants were added.

3 Vertical Wall Planter Ideas

As long as you’ve got a blank wall or a bare fence, you can tend edibles, annuals, even perennials with these vertical gardening ideas.


Minimalist Vertical Garden
If you prefer a clean, minimalist aesthetic, stacked cedar boxes attached to the side of your home make for a striking vertical garden.
Vertical wall planters Melbourne

Hanging Buckets
This indoor vertical garden is constructed using only four basic materials: a cabinet door, hooks, a saw tooth hanger, and pretty tin buckets.Hanging buckets vertical wall planters Melbourne

Leaning Bookshelf
Constructed cedar troughs are mounted to wooden sides and then stained in this crafty vertical garden project.Wall wall herb garden Melbourne




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