water lily

A Little Garden Inspiration

*Collaborative Post

Finding the right ideas for your garden can be tough a call. All gardens vary so much and if you have a very small garden as I do, you will understand the difficulties of trying to find something that will work for you and the space you have. Whether you want plants, trees, a patio or new furniture here are a few garden inspiration ideas for you… Continue reading “A Little Garden Inspiration”

hydrangea in a garden

Upgrading Your Garden For A Low Maintenance Summer

*Collaborative Post

Now that the spring is here it is the best time to start looking at the garden and thinking of ways that we can upgrade it for the summer ahead. If you are either not a dab hand with gardening or you simply are too busy to spend a lot of time on the space, you might be searching for ways which you can make the gardening process a little easier on your for the warmer months. Today we are going to have a look at some of the changes you can make now to have a low maintenance summer. Continue reading “Upgrading Your Garden For A Low Maintenance Summer”

lady's hands planting a pot plant

Time To Put A Spring In Your Step When It Comes To Your Garden

*Collaborative Post

The weather is certainly warming up, and with the clocks now springing forward and us losing that precious hour of sleep, it really is time to start thinking about the garden. Not all of us are green fingered, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t have a usable space outside for our children or a garden that we can enjoy in those up and coming warm summer evenings. Let’s face it, they aren’t too far away. So here are some of the things you can start doing now to revamp your garden this spring. Continue reading “Time To Put A Spring In Your Step When It Comes To Your Garden”

berries covered in winter frost

Feelin’ Fresh: Updating Your Outdoor Space, Even Though It’s Chilly

You might be thinking that being outside in the garden is the last thing on your mind during autumn and winter. However, each season brings plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy the space you have, no matter how many layers you need to wear to stay warm. The change in the leaves, scenery, and wildlife can all bring the perfect opportunity for beautiful Instagram shots, and an environment to clear your head with plenty of fresh air. It’s currently the festive season, with New Year’s Eve just around the corner; a great excuse for a winter BBQ and a reason to get your besties over for an evening of frolics. It’s time to stockpile the blankets, gloves, and scarves, and begin planning how you’re going to make more of your outdoor space, whatever the weather (okay, maybe not if it’s pouring with rain). Continue reading “Feelin’ Fresh: Updating Your Outdoor Space, Even Though It’s Chilly”

child in a safe garden

Stunning, Practical, And Safe: Creating A Garden That Is Child Friendly

Often there’s a conflict when it comes to gardening, and it’s between having an attractive and practical outdoor space and ensuring that this safe for the kids. However, you will be pleased to find out that it is possible to do both. A topic you can learn more about in the post below. Continue reading “Stunning, Practical, And Safe: Creating A Garden That Is Child Friendly”

greenhouse

How to Maintain the Right Climate In Your Greenhouse All Year Round

If you love growing your own fruit and vegetables, it is important to make sure that you are maintaining the right temperature for all your plants. You might need to protect the new shoots in the winter, while in the summer it can get too hot for some of the plants. Below you’ll find a few tips on how to manage the climate and temperature in your greenhouse all year round. Continue reading “How to Maintain the Right Climate In Your Greenhouse All Year Round”

lawnmower and grass trimmer review

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”