You know a fact? You cannot imagine heaven without imaging greenery in the form of grasses and trees. Perhaps that is why you love to add gardens and plants to your house and backyard, to give it a more homely feeling. Either way, the world needs more of greenery and you know it! However, the upkeep of that greenery and garden in your homes is a rather difficult task.

Who we are?

To make it easier for you, ZD services is operating in Australia to make your job of handling it easier. We provide specialized services in landscaping and ensure that every plant you love, lives to see the light of the day. Everyone knows how much the world needs it.

Services We Provide

To help the world and your surroundings stay greener, we provide our services in these segments:

Regular Upkeep: Lawns

As a landscaping agency, we tend to undertake contracts for the regular upkeep of your lawns.

commercial and residential

We undertake these services for both commercial and residential lawns. Under these contracts,

trimming of all your plants

you get periodical visits and trimming of all your plants, checks for any potential infestations, sprays of fertilizers and pesticides and advice on the best practices to follow to help your lawn flourish.

We specialize in pool maintenance

But in addition to just lawns, our services extend to pools. We specialize in pool maintenance and cleaning via special equipment. F

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Botany is a branch of biology

it observes and classifies their forms, structure, functions, through different branches that focus from time to time on some particular aspects of the plant: the modalities nutritional or reproductive, geographic distribution, possible uses in other fields (scientific, pharmaceutical, food, …) The first scholar of antiquity that we could identify as “botanist” was the Greek Theophrastus, disciple of Aristotle, who lived in the IV century BC and who wrote two important botanical treatises. In the first, De Historia Plantarum (History of Plants, nine books) classified drugs and medicinal plants for the first time in history; in the second, De Causis Plantarum (Causes of Plants, six books), illustrated the ability of plants to spontaneously generate and grow. In these treatises the plants were first distinguished among trees,

In the first century BC another scholar, Pedanio Dioscoride, a Greek physician and pharmacist from the time of Nero, published the first “herbarium”: De Materia Medica, a sort of pharmacological encyclopedia consisting of five books, in which he described over 500 plants specifying their properties aromatic or medicinal. This treatise, widespread in the Greek world, was instead ignored by the Latins because of the Naturalis Historia, the work of the very famous Pliny the Elder: it was an encyclopedia in thirty-seven books that collected all the knowledge that had been reached up to that moment on scientific and technical subjects, including botany.

The treatises of Theophrastus and Dioscorides represented all knowledge related to botany up to the 16th century, when the advent of the microscope facilitated scientific observations and the invention of printing allowed a greater diffusion of knowledge. Horti Sanitatis already existed in the Middle Ages, located near monasteries and pharmacy schools, where medicinal plants were grown for educational and therapeutic purposes; the most famous in Italy was the Giardino della Minerva, founded in 1300 in Salerno for students of the Salerno medical school.

The new discoveries favored the diffusion of the Botanical Gardens, natural environments designed to artificially recreate the living conditions typical of certain species of plants, for educational purposes and in-depth study; the first botanical gardens were born in Italy, in Pisa (in 1543), in Padua and Florence (in 1545), in Bologna (in 1567). Naturalistic observation extended not only to native species but also to tropical flora. Botanical gardens were also founded in the rest of Europe: in Leiden in the Netherlands, next to the university, in 1590 a vegetable garden arose in which various tropical species were grown.

How to Gardening techniques

Gardening is a philosophy of life, a way of thinking, a hobby, but also a set of techniques that teach us to take care of and cultivate plants. The “gardening techniques” section was created with the aim of helping everyone, passionate and otherwise, to love and practice gardening through the most effective techniques and methods. Detailed descriptive cards explain, in fact, how to make a DIY composting plant, how to prune some species of plants, how to grow vegetables, how to cure roses. The cultivation techniques help to create and spread the gardening activity. Without these techniques, gardens and green spaces would appear bare and desolate. The areas richly decorated with creepers, trees, flower beds and other vegetable structures, are, however, the result of the laborious work of men and women who love to practice gardening. Using the right techniques

even the smallest and most insignificant balconies can be decorated with a riot of flower pots and planters. In larger spaces, however, truly unique and original solutions can be created. We think of the hedges, both high, low, and mixed, to the rose gardens, which with various pruning techniques become increasingly lush and opaque. And what about the quality of the soil? To make it fertile and suitable for plant rooting, it must be worked and fertilized. The products for soil fertilization can be prepared on their own, perhaps through a small home composting plant.

Compost is obtained by fermenting the waste and scraps of food and plants. Collected in a container and protected from the weather, these scraps give life to compost in a short time, or an organic fertilizer capable of fertilizing different types of soil. Gardening techniques also teach you to dose the different types of fertilizers, from chemical to natural. Many flowering plants, for example, at some stages of their life, need chemical or specific fertilizers for flowering plants.

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-Diane Arbus-

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Our landscaping services are constantly updated and marked with quality checks for complete customer satisfaction. To find out more about our services and how we fulfill our procedures, visit our website zdservices.com.au. You can also send us an email to find out more about our prices and package specifications at our official email.