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Welcome to Bedrock Landscapes!


Bedrock Landscapes offers a complete landscaping and gardening solution for domestic and commercial clients. From design to construction to maintenance, you can be assured of quality workmanship and an attention to detail that helps you create your vision.

With over 20 years experience in all aspects of landscaping, Jesse Conyers is a fully qualified horticulturist & structural landscaper. He completed his Landscape and Horticultural studies at Padstow TAFE and has also completed various other business courses.

Jesse Conyers has grown up and lives in the Sutherland Shire and his experience enables him to provide a wealth of local knowledge. He is familiar with every possible aspect of landscaping and horticulture in the area.

Plumbing Issues To Be Aware Of When Landscaping


Below are some plumbing problems you should beware of when landscaping;

Damage of underground utility pipes by roots

When you plant different species of trees, your garden will become an epitome of beauty, and will bring out an ambience that will convert your home into a glamorous small heaven on earth. But even with this, you may sometimes notice that you are not getting enough water in your house, or you are not getting it at all while everyone else in the neighbourhood has it. In such a situation, do not blame your water company. There is a high chance that roots have found refuge in the underground pipes, as they try to get enough water to stay alive.

In case you love these plants and you have to plant them, then be prepared to make numerous calls to your plumber to fix drains and leakages. Blocked pipes caused by tree root infiltration can be a major problem in your garden

Landscaping for the Australian Climate

It is the dream of every homeowner to create a garden that will look colourful all year round. However, the Australian climate changes drastically, and this means the death of most plants. You might head out to a garden shop during summer, find pots with blooming plants and be convinced that they will do well in seasons. However, if you are not careful, you will soon have a garden full of plants that only bloom in summer.

It takes a lot of planning to design a garden for the Australian weather. With the strategies mentioned below, you will have a garden that look great in summer, spring, and still provide some value in winter.