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Creating innovative outdoor collaboration areas

To create an awesome office environment you need to look more widely than just the office building. Using the area around the office with some creative landscaping can create some really cool outdoor collaboration areas so that people can work together while making the most of the beautiful weather. It can be a really good idea to get a landscape architect involved very early in the project to make sure that your indoor and outdoor areas are effectively integrated. This blog is all about creating workspaces in the great outdoors and will suit architects and building managers making the most of their space.

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Is Your Soil Ready For Spring? 4 Steps To Increase The Nutrient Levels

Winter's here. You might not be growing gardens right now. But, this is the perfect time to get your soil ready for spring planting. You might think that you can leave your soil alone during the winter, but that's not often the case. Winter weather can deplete your soil of vital nutrients. Unfortunately, that means your soil won't be ready for gardening next spring. That's where the right soil supplies come into the picture. The supplements you add right now will revitalise your soil. Once spring arrives, your soil will have the nutrients it needs for healthy growth. If you're not sure what soil supplies you need, read the list provided below. Here are some tips to help get you started with your soil supplies.

Put Worms to Work

If you've seen worms slithering through the soil, you might think you've got enough of their nutrients. Worms do nourish the soil, but there's another part of the worm your soil needs too. That's the worm casting. Worm castings are the remains of the plant matter that worms digest. Worm castings provide vital nutrients that your soil needs for replenishment. To make sure your soil is ready for spring, sprinkle worm castings on the surface. Once you've added the worm castings, use a garden hoe to work them into the soil.  

Get a Sweet Tooth

If you want to get your soil ready for spring, add something sweet. If you're ready to add standard mulch to your soil, it's time for a different approach. It's time to add sugar cane mulch. Sugar cane mulch adds nutrients to the soil to help ensure proper growth for your spring gardens. But sugar cane mulch also helps nourish your winter gardens as well. In fact, you can add a layer of sugar cane mulch around your trees and shrubs this winter. 

Look to the Ocean

If you're ready to give your soil a head start next spring, look to the ocean. The ocean contains some excellent soil supplements for your gardens. Two of those supplements include seaweed and fish emulsion. Seaweed and fish emulsion are both high in nitrogen, a nutrient your soil needs for good health. Both of these supplements come in liquid form and can be sprayed onto the surface of your soil. 

Get your soil ready for spring. Use the tips provided here to help you stock up on the soil supplies you need this winter.