Winter is in full swing and an update on what the team here at Greenroom Projects have been doing is well overdue.

We are seeing colours of amber as trees drop their leaves for another winter.  Our maintenance team indulge in the warmth the colours bring, while the air become cool.


For the month of May and June we have been working with a lot of timber creating hardscapes in the North Shore & Herne Bay.  Wide board pine decking and planters for veggie gardens, along with concrete pads, fences and lawns.

Our client in the north shore was wanting to transform her sloping back yard into an entertaining space for her and her family.  By using the available space, we were able to build her a deck that her and her family will be able to spend summer using.

– even the chickens got stuck in!


Tips for autumn:

Prune back all of your flowering plants for winter and give a good fertilise for the winter months. To ensure a great flowering summer season, this is best done before the middle of winter.


Trends in the landscaping market:

Pergolas are making a comeback, and we are pretty stoked they are!

Pergolas can be a great way to bring height and structure to your garden.

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Autumn is upon us and fast approaching is dreary winter.

With the heat of the summer season coming slowly to a close, it has been an ideal time to put plants into their new homes.


In the month of April, we have planted over 500 plants into two properties in the St Mary’s Bay and Ponsonby area. #regeneration


We strongly believe in giving back to the community, and ensuring the future generations to come get to enjoy native New Zealand for all of its glory.

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I have one word for this place - stunning.

Who would have thought that being only just over an hour out of Auckland you could find yourself in a Department of Conservation sanctuary surrounded by beautiful untouched beaches.

Native plants thrive in this protected sanctuary, and volunteers work around the clock to ensure all wildlife, and plant life are getting what they need for optimum success.

As landscapers, this is what we call natural beauty.