Gardens Incorporated

Incorporating Gardens into your Homes design and architecture

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 November 17, 2017

Providing the perfect habitat for hedgehogs in your own back garden

Hedgehogs were once a common animal, but due to the decrease in available habitats, they are becoming extremely rare. Creating somewhere for hedgehogs to live in your back garden is very easy, all you need is an old piece of wooden board that you can lean up against the edge of your garden. Once this…

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Published by Chris on October 15, 2017

Getting youngsters into gardening

There’s a bit of a stereotype for a typical gardener. They’re over the age of 60 and they’re doing gardening as a form of physical activity, whilst it’s also a way of staying occupied. This may be true in some cases, however, gardening is loved by people of all ages, and what’s interesting right now…

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Published by Chris on September 21, 2017

Starting a gardening diary or blog

There are many gardeners who are working in their garden daily, even if it’s just a few hours after work, and every task is an accomplishment in its own right, and one you may want to remember, while there may be tips you’d like to share with others. You can of course post pictures to…

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Published by Chris on August 23, 2017

What composter is best for my garden?

If you are interested in helping the environment in your own back garden, why not invest in a composter and recycle your old garden waste. Choosing the right composter for your garden depends on a variety of factors, including space, time and of course style. When it comes to composters, making it into a garden…

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Published by Chris on August 2, 2017

Importance of Wooden Garden Gates

Keeping unwanted guests out? That is to mark out a clear outline around your house; this thinking probably dates back to the days of old with fortresses around castles. Enough of the psychology anyway I’m sure you get the picture! These days though the need for an outline for your garden is a mere polite…

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