5 Ways to Add a Touch of Class to Your Family Garden

If there’s one thing a lot of family gardens are missing, it’s a touch of class. There are so many classy ways in which you can upgrade your garden and make better use of it. The 5 ideas we’re going to discuss below will all allow you to add something new and valuable to what your family garden has to…

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Top Tips For Cleaning Your Greenhouse

Winter is practically here now in most parts of the country, which means that many of us in the gardening community need to transfer our plants from the garden, to the greenhouse. But before you get your plants all cosy for the winter, it’s important to give your greenhouse a good clean to remove the summer plants that will now…

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Making The Most Of A Small Garden

Not everyone is lucky enough to have a garden, and with the rate the towns are expanding, most new houses come with an extremely small garden. But that doesn’t mean that you can make the most of it. Small gardens can be as lovely as a large one, plus it has the added benefit of not needing as much maintenance.…

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Your Garden Isn’t Just For Summer

A lot of people love to spend the whole of the summer in the garden, either tending to it or celebrating in it. In the UK we unfortunately don’t have too much good weather during the summer, but when we do we love to throw a damn good BBQ. Whilst the colder months aren’t really great for having a BBQ,…

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Plantpal Watering Globes Review and Giveaway

If you are like me and forget to water your houseplants, a solution to this would be to use a watering globe from Plantpal. If you plan to go away this Christmas these are the ideal plan. They will keep your plant hydrated for up to 2 weeks giving you a piece of mind. If you are looking for a…

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Starting an Urban Garden that Thrives

It’s a fact that not everyone who wants to start a garden is blessed with an ideal location. However, it’s also true that even in the concrete jungle, a garden can thrive. With a little bit of creativity, you can make an urban garden that lasts long in your urban jungle property. Here’s how. Look for a place in your…

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Why its easier than you think to give your garden kerb appeal

Although we spend a lot of time planning out the hidden delights of our back gardens, space at the front of the house too often becomes a neglected wilderness. Broken paving, overgrown borders, and a general air of scruffiness take over quickly. But the space at the front of our houses is vital – a transitional space between public and…

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What Can You Learn From Scandinavian Garden Design?

Scandinavian inspired designs are a very popular decor trend for the home at the moment. The minimalist designs that make more from less are taking over more traditional and cluttered designs. This trend is starting to spill out into the garden and people are opting to take inspiration from these stripped back designs. If you’re looking to make some changes…

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3 Unusual Garden Hacks That Can Save Money In The Long Term

Gardening is a lovely hobby to have and it can massively improve the aesthetic appeal of your home. But, did you know that your garden can actually help you save money too? It sounds crazy, but it’s the truth. There are some weird and wonderful garden hacks that will make your garden look amazing while also saving money for you…

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Don’t Damage Your Garden With These Dreadful Decisions

So you’re thinking about redesigning your garden, whether you have just moved in to your new place, or it’s been long overdue, there are many common mistakes that are made that you will want to avoid at all costs. Here are a few examples. No plan First and foremost, no matter how many ideas you think you have that’ll be…

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The Start of a New Garden From the Beginning

When we moved into our new house at the end of June, I had great plans on designing the new garden. I love gardens, the outdoor space, the tranquility, the plants, nature. I adore it all. I knew when we bought off plan that the house had a pretty rectangular shaped garden, much better than our hilly garden in the…

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The Humble Honey Bee and Humanity

As you know I have always been a keen gardener and the most important thing to a gardener is the honey bee. Farmers around the world depend on bees to pollinate their crops, without the bees we ultimately have no food. So I’m sharing this infographic with you today on how honey bees affect the world around us. As I…

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How Decking Can Transform Your Garden

Decking is a great way to enhance your garden. It can make your outdoor space look better, and give you more capacity to enjoy it. You can use your decking area to house a seating area, or fill it with attractive plants to make it a focal point. If done right, decking can add value to your home, but if…

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