Now & Zen Landscapes’ input into national landscape industry
We are thrilled that our master landscaper Shannon Decker continues to help shape the industry into the next generation by grafting his expertise into the education of future landscapers. Shannon was recently invited to be one of two representatives from The Landscape Association board (the other was respected TAFE NSW Northern Sydney head teacher landscape construction Judy Bates) to be part of the Skills Impact subject matter expert working group for its current national landscaping project. (Read more…)

Satusteam technology is a non-toxic weed control and cleaning solution 

It’s literally just steam and boiling water. So why has it taken so long for Satusteam technology to catch on? Inventor Jeremy Winer is blunt: “Because of society’s addiction to low cost chemicals and the belief they are safe to use.” The Now & Zen Landscapes team takes seriously our responsibility to care for the environment and rely on sustainable products and technologies to do that. Our Green Ninja Satusteam machine is one of our favourite tools to keep weeds under control, and to clean and sanitise hard surfaces – without harmful toxins(Read more…)

WaterUps – Now & Zen Landscapes kind of technology

Now & Zen Landscapes touts itself as “the sustainable landscape company’’, but it’s not always easy to find product partners who equally follow the green line. So when we came across WaterUps® water wicking cells, we knew we were onto a good thing – and a great partnership of shared environmental philosophy. Inventor and company CEO Ian Collins explains the WaterUps technology. (Read More…)

New digs for Now & Zen Landscapes

The bubbly was on ice, canapes were on the way from The Source Bulk Foods Katoomba, we’d swapped the steel caps for nice indoor shoes and put the vacuum cleaner around for a final time. After six months of overhauling an old building on the highway at Bullaburra, we were about to unveil our new digs. Then coronavirus struck. Nevermind, we’ll give you a virtual glimpse here. (Read More…)

Drought, bushfire & flood: now is the time to reimagine your garden

First there was prolonged drought. Then came unprecedented bushfires. Just when we thought things couldn’t get anymore crazy, we had torrential rain and wind throughout the Blue Mountains, Nepean and the plains of the Central West. A garden disaster, right? Wrong. (Read More…)