Published by Chris on March 28, 2018

A new era of garden pods and hideouts

We’ve all heard of garden sheds and summer houses, but now we’re entering a new era where people talk about pods and hideouts. A garden pod can be a small log cabin which is rather curvy in its design. Some are spherical and largely made of glass, whilst others are shaped like a woodwam and…

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Published by Chris on January 30, 2018

Electric lawnmowers vs petrol

This is a bit of a hot debate online, so let’s start getting our teeth into this one. First things first, the power of a lawn mower determines the quality of the cut. That’s a fact. Where low powered lawn mowers may struggle and give an ugly or untidy finish, a high-powered one may make…

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Published by Chris on December 26, 2017

What makes for a fantastic restaurant garden?

Today we’re going to be focusing on commercial gardens and restaurants in particular. We’ve all popped down to our favourite local restaurant or pub for a meal and enjoyed the food outdoors at some time in our lives, but what actually makes for a good commercial garden?

Published by Chris on October 27, 2016

Buying a shed cover

If you have a shed or a summerhouse that isn’t going to be used during the winter months, you may want to consider buying a cover for it. We all know how harsh winter weather can be and you don’t want spring to arrive only to find you have maintenance task and repair work needed…

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Published by Chris on July 23, 2016

Garden Storage – Top options

Gardening equipment like lawnmowers, trimmers, shovels, spades and ladders can take up a considerable amount of space, that’s why many people build outbuildings in their back gardens. If you need space to store your items, consider the following options: Garage If you don’t store vehicles in your garage,  using it to store this kind of…

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Published by Chris on March 29, 2016

Spring has landed

Spring is finally upon us. I don’t know about you but it’s felt like a very long wait. Yesterday was the first day I’ve spent working in the garden but I managed to get an awful lot done. I’ve removed any weeds, mowed the lawn, sprayed my fence panels and brushed my patio areas. It…

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Published by Chris on February 17, 2016

Fencing with a nightmare neighbour

It’s the one thing many neighbours throughout the UK squabble over; fencing. In most cases, you’re solely responsible for one side; either the left fence or the right fence. That means, you don’t have complete control over the look of your garden. If you have a neighbour to your right who’s responsible for the fence…

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