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05/05/2021

Your Guide to a COVID Safe Garden Party

Now that we can have guests in our garden, we can start having small gatherings with our friends in the comfort of our own space. Coronavirus is still very much a danger so we need remain conscientious to prevent it spreading. By remaining vigilant, we can stay safe and reduce the stats even further, leading us back into our normal, sociable, and busy lives. Follow these steps to ensure your garden gatherings remain safe for you and your guests. – – Don’t Go Indoors Yet Due to the current restrictions,... Read More

21/04/2021
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Swing & Play Set Safety Tips

It’s that time of year again when the weather cheers up, the temperatures rise, and your little one’s outdoor play sets and swings come out of storage. Before you let them enjoy playtime, however, there are some safety checks you should conduct to make sure their fun won’t come to an abrupt end. Without inspecting their play equipment first for any signs of faults, your kids could be at risk of getting hurt. – – Check for Rust Over the winter months, if your child’s play set or swing set... Read More

15/04/2021

Your Garden Jobs for April 2021

This month there is plenty to sow, grow, and do in the garden. We can have friends and family in our gardens now, so making sure it is looking its best will help you to feel more relaxed and happier in your outdoor space. Here is a handy list of jobs to work on right now so that your garden can flourish throughout spring and into summer. – – Removing Weeds You may have found that weeds have been sprouting up left, right, and centre since the start of spring.... Read More

01/04/2021

Easter Holiday Activities for the Kids

This Easter school holidays, keep the kids entertained with some fun activities that will nurture their imagination and creativity. Rather than holding their attention with screens and gadgets, you can get them out in the garden and enjoying the fresh spring air. Here are some great and easy to set up activities that we think your little ones – and also you – will enjoy! We can also host one other household in our gardens, giving us even more reason to spend Easter weekend and the rest of the holidays... Read More

17/03/2021
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Get the Garden Ready for Spring

With spring just around the corner – and garden gatherings are allowed from 29th March – now is the ideal time to start planning your new 2021 garden, ready for decorating and planting when the seasons change. With some tidying, organising, and forward thinking, you could have your dream summer 2021 garden by the end of spring, ready for the family to enjoy and make the most of the good weather. – – Clear Fallen Leaves & Branches With the bad weather we’ve had over the past few months, you... Read More

15/03/2021
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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day 2021

St. Patrick’s Day takes place next Wednesday so now would be a great time to get all the preparations arranged, leaving room for total fun on the day! It is supposed to be a dry day on the 17th, so make use of your garden for your mini St. Patrick’s party, allowing you to enjoy the fresh air with your beverage. Below are some ways you can make the most of your garden for your party. Our pop up gazebos and parasols would be ideal for any garden parties, big... Read More

Colourful array of tulips 12/03/2021

How to Celebrate Mother’s Day 2021

This Sunday we’re celebrating Mother’s Day, so show that special lady in your life – whether a mum, aunt, grandma, sister or close friend – how much you love and appreciate them with a special day to remember! Gifts are always nice to give but this year, think out of the box with a small intimate event where they can be celebrated. Here are some ways you can use your garden for a fun and memorable Mother’s Day. – – Have a BBQ While the weather is still a little... Read More

01/03/2021
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How to Inspect Your Pop Up Gazebo

Along with the correct pop up gazebo care, you should also inspect it regularly to check for any signs of wear or damage. This especially important to do before using your gazebo as even a slight tear could be worsened by it being erected. By regularly inspecting your pop up gazebo, you can catch any faults early enough to repair them, ensuring that it continues to serve as a reliable shelter for many years to come. You’ll also have confidence knowing that when you need it, your gazebo will be... Read More

12/02/2021

Having an Al Fresco Valentine’s Meal

Although we can’t indulge in the usual celebrations this Valentine’s Day, we can bring the romantic dining experience to us. With some easy decorations and thoughtful planning, you can create the perfect al fresco meal for you and that special someone to enjoy under the stars and moonlight. Follow the below steps to create the perfect romantic dinner for two. – – Choose Your Dining Shelter Wherever you choose to create your dining area in your garden, you should ensure that it is complete with a shelter to prevent any... Read More

09/02/2021
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Caring For & Storing Your Garden Equipment in Winter

Leaving your gardening equipment out in rain, frost, and snow can cause it to prematurely age, rust, and break. Metal and wooden gardening tools, when left outside can become weaker, causing them to become unsafe to use. The same goes for furniture; it can be weakened if left out in adverse weather for too long. With the proper care and correct storage, you can keep you garden and gardening equipment in tiptop condition for many years to come. – – Clean Your Equipment After Use Once you’ve used your trowel,... Read More