Blade Landscape Design is a proud Queensland company based in the Lockyer Valley. Our designs and projects encompass the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and further afield. Wherever you live, we can design to your region, requirements and specifications.

We specialise in a range of landscape design services, horticultural guidance, project management, and sustainable environmental solutions. Blade Landscape Design caters to both the residential and commercial markets and provides design solutions to a variety of budgets and requirements.

Blade Landscape Design was formed to meet the need in the Queensland market for comprehensive and professional design services. Blade Landscape Designs began primarily to service project builders who required detailed landscape designs for their display centres.

We have built relationships with the largest project builders and continue to provide innovative and fresh solutions to inspire and surprise their clients.

From there, we have grown into a respected industry name that draws on the internal knowledge of our project managers, landscape architects, interior designers, and landscape construction managers.

We work with domestic clients on new house builds and landscape renovations. Blade Landscape Design offers design packages to suit every project and client; from the DIY, to the full construction package.

Our services include:

  • landscape design and documentation
  • residential landscape design
  • commercial landscape design
  • display village landscape design
  • sustainable design
  • project management
  • horticultural consultation
  • conservation and land management advice.

We provide short and long term design plans to allow our clients to have the landscapes they need now and in the future. Our work also complies with Body Corporates and all Covenants.

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Landscaping with rocks
Landscaping Tips

Rock is a classic material that can be used in almost any landscape. It is elegant, and can organise what could potentially be a disorderly garden.   

Initially, do some general research on landscape designs that feature rock material. Find several designs that are similar to your outdoor space, and get inspiration from the way the rocks are used to compliment the landscape.  

To help with inspiration, Blade Landscape Design has put together a list of ways rock can be used to enhance a landscape  

As a walkway

Create a stepping stone path with a series of stone pavers that can be any shape you want. The easiest shape to buy is a square, however pavers can come in rounded or even hexagonal shapes.  

To add an element of neatness, surround the pavers will small pebbles that are a contrasting colour.  

Replacing mulch

Small rocks can be used to replace mulch. While using rocks are a slightly more expensive alternative, rock has the advantage of being more durable than traditional mulch. Mulch must be replaced every season, whereas rocks can be kept in your garden for years on end.  

Planting a rock garden

To add a tropical look to your landscape, try planting a colourful rock garden. Place several boulders in an area where there is plenty of sunlight for a strong landscape character. Additionally, plant low-lying flowers around the boulders that are a similar colour to the rocks.    

Water feature border

If your landscape includes a water feature or a pond, consider placing medium to large sized rocks around the area to soften the mood of the space. The benefit of installing a rock border against a pond is that the rocks will help camouflage unattractive black pond liners and provide a contrast to the darker colour of the pond water.  

Centrepiece item

Purchase an extra large rock to create a unique, bold statement for the center of your landscape. A large rock works perfectly for small gardens as an ornamental shrub may become too unmanageable. A large garden can also benefit from a rock centerpiece as it adds interest to plain border areas, which commonly includes hedges.  

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