Get Your Garden Spring Ready While the cold snap is well and truly in place, daffodils will be poking their head through the soil before you know it, so it is time to start thinking about getting your garden spring ready. You will have already planted your bulbs in October or November, however, if not, it isn’t too late to plant them, but you will have to purchase summer flowering…

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A garden room is a great investment As technology has improved over the past decade as well as companies introducing flexible working hours, working from home has become more popular than ever, but finding a separate working environment within the home is not always the best option. Garden rooms and offices have been filling this niche for some time, offering a truly habitable outside space away from the hustle and…

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Our outside garden table has finally collapsed. To be fair we have had it a while and used it extensively . We also neglected to treat it or put a cover over it during winter so it really is our own fault. It is looking most shabby and sorry for itself and is pretty much unusable. We knew it was only a matter of time but we had hoped to…

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Planting and Caring for Roses There’s something quintessentially elegant about roses. The thorns create such a stark contrast to the beautiful flowers that there’s something wonderfully aesthetically perfect about these plants. Here I wanted to share some of the best tips we’ve found for caring for roses. Types of Roses There are a seemingly infinite variety of roses and new varieties are being created all the time. The most common…

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Summer is coming (did you catch the GoT reference?)… well it’s true anyway, summer is coming. Is your outdoor pool space ready for it? No? Well, there’s still time left to get it whipped into shape and ready for pool party time. You’re definitely going to want to set up your outdoor pool space so that it provides a little bit of everything. Whether you are hosting youngsters or the…

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