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5 Hacks To Open up Your Outdoor Space and Glam up Your Garden

When the sun is shining everybody wants to hang out in the garden and enjoy a warm evening outside. You haven’t given your garden much love and attention for several years now, but you know it is time to create a lush outdoor space for summer. There are many ways you can approach a project like this; you just need to spend some time exploring your options. Whether you are hoping to make a huge impact with a new rooftop garden or make a small tweak by adding beautiful flowers, you can finally have the garden of your dreams this summer.

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How does your Garden grow? Gardening tips for a lush, outdoor space

Maintaining a garden can be as easy, or as complicated as you choose to make it. Selecting the sort of flowers you want blooming in your garden, and the type of space you want to create right at the beginning of your gardening journey can determine how much time and effort you will commit to keeping your garden in tip-top condition. Whether you have a small garden, a yard, or an expanse of space, these tips will certainly help. Continue reading “How does your Garden grow? Gardening tips for a lush, outdoor space”

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The Practical Gardener: Building A Backyard Suited To Modern Living

Our love of the garden has never changed, but pretty much every other aspect of our lives have seen dramatic evolutions. So, if you want to make the most of your backyard space, it’s imperative that it is designed with modern living in mind.

So, what are the best ways to bring practicality to your garden this summer? Let’s take a closer look. Continue reading “The Practical Gardener: Building A Backyard Suited To Modern Living”

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Living in Peace: Tips For Making Your Garden More Secure

Most of us have a fairly good understanding of what we need to do to keep our homes secure. Make sure we’re always keeping the front door locked, install a security alarm, and keep nothing on display that might inspire passersby to try their luck at breaking and entering, and job done, right? Perhaps not. Most burglaries don’t happen by chance; they’re targeting. And most don’t occur through the front of the house – criminal target the garden, which is often better hidden and laxer when it comes to security. To ensure you’re not targeting this way, we’ve put together a few useful tips that’ll up the security levels of your garden. Continue reading “Living in Peace: Tips For Making Your Garden More Secure”

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Review: VonHaus Lawnmower and Grass Trimmer from Domu

Gardening for me has become a hobby that I love and with each year that we live here, I am even more determined to perfect ours. Unfortunately, our gardening tools are starting to fail us and we’ve been living with a secondhand lawnmower that has the handle taped together in a desperate attempt to save it for a little longer and a grass trimmer that gave up the ghost years ago– leaving me to trim all the border edges with garden scissors… yep, its a tedious job but the perfectionist in me just cannot leave it! Continue reading “Review: VonHaus Lawnmower and Grass Trimmer from Domu”

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Keep Your Garden Up to Date with Modern Garden Furniture

Matching garden furniture trends with garden design just got easier with this fantastic guide. Garden furniture is essential for any outdoor space and just by changing this key item, you can add an extra zing to the space. But how?

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Getting the Garden Summer Ready

With winter hopefully being left behind, it is the perfect time to get out in the garden and sort it out ready for the new growth, new planting and of course for the kiddies. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve had to say to Jake it’s too cold or wet to enjoy being out there so I am definitely ready for this to change.

I’ve worked hard to transform our tiny garden over the last few years and it has become a Continue reading “Getting the Garden Summer Ready”