Outdoor Living Trends 2019

Outdoor Living Trends 2019 – With 2019 halfway done, some outdoor living trends are emerging that aim to increase the enjoyment of your pool and patio area with some of the hottest More »

Inspire Yourself With Japanese Garden Style

Inspire Yourself With Japanese Garden Style – The Japanese garden strives to achieve harmony, privacy and calm. There is an attention to detail and clean lines, which makes it a high maintenance space. More »

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor

Wrought Iron Art As A Part Of Garden Decor – Wrought iron art offers many options for growing your outdoor art garden. Just as you use wrought iron and other metals for More »

Enjoy Your Deck In The Winter

Enjoy Your Deck In The Winter – The main thing to keep in mind through the autumn and winter months is that the weather can be quite harsh. Therefore spring and summer More »

How To Make Your Flower Garden Blossom More?

How To Make Your Flower Garden Blossom More? Flower gardens occur in different styles and assortments, their charm can be dependent to any flower gardener. As someone who takes care of a More »

 

How to Feed the Wild Birds in Your Garden

How to Feed the Wild Birds in Your Garden

There are many ways in which you can invite the beautiful wild birds into your garden and one very successful way is through feeding them. Feeding wild birds is really quite simple, but it’s important to know what you’re feeding them and how you’re doing this to ensure they are safe and healthy. From specific feeders to the right seed, continue reading to find out exactly how you can feed the wild birds in your garden.

Starting Seeds Indoors For Early Spring Herbs Garden

Starting Seeds Indoors For Early Spring Herbs Garden

Starting Seeds Indoors For Early Spring Herbs Garden – Early spring is a cold and wet month and this is the perfect time to start working on indoor garden tasks. Outside at this time of year is a good time to do your pruning, weeding and getting the garden beds ready for the growing season.

3 Reasons to Consider a Summer House

3 Reasons to Consider a Summer House

Do you wish you had your special space away from the main house? If you have been considering this but are yet on how to get it done, you should consider a summer house. Your summer house can be used for various purposes, including relaxation and storage. Summer houses are also a great addition to your garden. They come in multiple sizes and shapes. The budget also varies depending on your needs and material used.

Choosing And Planting Trees For The Garden

Choosing And Planting Trees For The Garden

Choosing And Planting Trees For The Garden – Trees can make or break a garden design. Too many of them, or unsuitable kinds, can rob the garden of light and the soil of food and moisture, making it impossible to grow anything else very well. A few well placed trees that are well chosen can give a garden distinction and provide a welcome summer shaded area. Large trees, such as oak, poplar, beech, willow, cedar, pine and fir, should only be chosen for larger gardens. You can, however, find some of these in a form that will be acceptable in a smaller garden.

How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring

How to Prepare Your Garden for Spring


Evenings are starting to stay lighter for longer and the crocuses are starting to pop out from the ground, which can only mean one thing, Spring is just around the corner! After a long, cold winter there is nothing more exciting than getting ready for spring, welcoming those fresh, sunny days with open arms. With just a few weeks to go before spring arrives, now is the perfect time to get everything ready and prepare your garden.

Early March Gardening

Early March Gardening

Early March Gardening – March makes for the perfect time for gathering in bedding and patio plug plants and seedlings, to give you the biggest and best bedding displays ever! Pot up and plant out after the frosts have disappeared over the next few weeks to give you the best results this summer. Don’t forget all the essentials you’ll need: pots, seed trays, labels and the all-important compost!