Patio & Pergola. Thursday , August 31st , 2017 - 10:59:45 AM
One thing that's very important is to consider how much space you have available on your patio. After all, a fire pit puts out a lot of heat, and if you only have a small patio, the last thing you need is a huge fire pit taking up lots of space and making the patio feel like the inside of a volcano. So in that situation you would only need a small, simple fire pit. Then you can place it in the middle of the seating area, for effect and warmth, and people can enjoy it without roasting.
We are rolling into summer and the temperature is rising. November is a very pleasant month in Brisbane, with daily temperatures in the mid-20s and the nights not too hot and sticky. It is around this time that many Aussies start looking at their patios with a view to planning some outdoor parties.
A patio is a great place to cultivate plants and flowers. Buy or make containers and choose some attractive plants for your patio area. Golden Cane palms do well in large pots and ferns are very attractive in hanging baskets. If you want some colour, look out for Camellias, Begonias, Kangaroo Paws, and Bromeliads. All do well in containers and patios. So long as you remember to water your containers and baskets, you can look forward to a summer of greenery.
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