Flymo Gardening Blog

Whether you are a gardening enthusiast or simply starting out, the Flymo gardening blog can provide tips and advice on how to make your garden the envy of all your neighbours.

The Flymo gardening blog is updated twice a month and contains helpful buyers guides for garden tools, gardening tips and advice on what seeds to plant each month and more.

  • 18/04/2016

    YouGov Research Reveals Almost One in Three UK Women Never Mow the Lawn

    New research, conducted by YouGov*, has revealed that mowing the lawn really is man’s work after almost a third of UK women admitted that they stay well clear of the lawnmower.

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  • 13/04/2016

    Advice: What to do if your grass trimmer line breaks?

    Line breakages happen to the best of us. We love switching on our grass trimmers when the weather is nice to do a spot of garden maintenance and it’s really annoying when suddenly our line snaps, or our trimmer spool is empty or breaks.

    People who have owned grass trimmers for decades will tell you that breaking the line on your grass trimmer is something that happens, and is inevitable to happen to all of us over time - but for new homeowners and young gardeners it can be worrying when a product is not feeding correctly. Fear not, an empty spool or broken line is not the end of the world, it is easily replaced and relatively low-priced to do so.

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  • 07/04/2016

    Three beneficial health effects of gardening

    When the topic of gardening comes up in conversation it certainly divides the opinions of Brits. Some of us are fully fledged green fingered wizards, some of us dabble with a few colourful plants and perhaps a lush green lawn , and some plain and simply see gardening as a massive chore. Whether you love it or hate it you may not be aware that gardening can actually have a very positive effect on your health. And here’s how:

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  • 07/04/2016

    Celebrate 'World Health Day' by taking some much needed time out.

    World Health Day is celebrated every year on April 7th, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organisation. When the topic of gardening comes up in conversation, it can quickly divide the opinions of Brits. Some of us, are fully fledged green fingered wizards, some of us dabble with a few colourful plants, and some, plain and simply see gardening as a massive chore. Whether you love it or hate it, gardening can actually have a very positive effect on your health.

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  • 01/04/2016

    Flymo set to launch first ever indoor lawn range as new trend sweeps the nation

    The UK’s leading lawnmower brand, Flymo, is set to launch indoor gardening product range to keep up with new demand to mow grass indoors.

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  • 28/02/2016

    Mother’s Day gift ideas 2016

    As Spring quickly approaches us, it brings with it, the promise that the winter is behind us, an army of daffodils in bloom, and the question of what to buy your Mum for Mother’s Day. Luckily, Flymo can provide the answer!

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  • 13/01/2016

    5 simple ways to prevent heavy rain damaging your lawn and garden.

    As heavy rain batters many parts of Britain, it can start to take its toll on your lawn and garden, causing long term damage to grass and your prized plants. Here are 5 simple tips on how to protect your lawn, plants and property with little effort.

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  • 25/09/2015

    Tools to collect leaves in the garden

    From late September to mid-November the leaves fall from the trees in the UK. While a few leaves around the garden won’t cause any problems, some people prefer to collect and dispose of them. Here are a few tools available on the market today to collect leaves.

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  • 25/09/2015

    Ways to collect leaves from different areas of your garden

    If you have trees in or around your home then you are likely to be busy picking up leaves throughout the autumn. Fallen autumn leaves get everywhere, and they aren’t always the easiest of things to collect. That is why a variety of leaf collection equipment is needed when collecting leaves from different types of terrain in and around your property.

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  • 28/08/2015

    Colour Chaos

    Exactly like smell and sound, colour has the power to induce a mood with the click of its fingers. It is one of the most important things to help, in strengthening the design of your garden. There is a lot of garden-design theory based around the colour wheel, which of course, is initially an artist’s tool. Colours are arranged in a circle, starting from red at the top through to; red-orange, orange, yellow-orange, yellow, yellow-green, green, blue-green, blue, blue-violet, violet, red-violet and back to red. When you choose a shade that you like on the wheel, you will find harmonious colours on either side. However, if you want to liven up the garden with some mismatched colours, the colour directly opposite, will contrast beautifully with your chosen shade.

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