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.

  • 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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  • 25/08/2015

    Lawn Maintenance

    Too many people think looking after their lawn is a chore, and isn’t considered very important. Gardening trends come and go, but the lawn is definitely here to stay. Not only, does it provide an attractive feature, but often, a children’s play area, and a relaxing space all rolled into one. It also acts, as a foil to plants and borders – take away the lawn, and the garden would be much less interesting to look at! 

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  • 12/08/2015

    Easimo Rotary Mower and Mini Trim Pack – A first time homeowner’s essential product

    After years of saving, you have finally taken the big step and moved into your first home, your first big time responsibility begins now! Maintaining the cleanliness of your house can become a chore and with the weather finally warming up, the sun staying out longer, your new house and lawn is the place to get to know your surroundings and an opportunity to have your friends and family over.

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  • 11/08/2015

    A is for August

    August is the month where you need to make the most out of your garden as this is usually the last bit of time we have for summer relaxation. As we come towards the end of the summery months, your garden can start to look exhausted after the summer festivities that have been going on.
    August can be a gorgeous month to be in the garden, whether actually gardening or just taking some time out. Your plants may be looking a little tired, but with some care and attention, you can achieve a longer flowering period, for many of your garden favourites.

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  • 23/07/2015

    Our desire for outdoor entertaining rises alongside the summer weather, but is your garden ready?

    The paddling pools make their way out of storage, the barbeques are an essential part of every weekend, and the cocktail jugs are never empty. Weekday dinners are enjoyed Al Fresco, as friends and families across the nation, come together to take advantage of every last drop of sunshine, because, who knows how long it’s going to last?

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  • 17/07/2015

    School's out! Get them gardening

    The end of the school term has finally arrived, and many of your children will be looking forward to six great weeks off! I’m sure the question is circling your brain of how to keep them busy like it does every year, alongside the family holidays, theme parks, cinema and bowling…why not introduce them to gardening?

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  • 16/07/2015

    The good, the bad, and the ugly; Insects in your garden.

    Whether your garden is your relaxing retreat, or is filled with children and grand-children…or a happy mix of both, you must work in conjunction with nature, to maintain a healthy garden. All it takes is a little bit of knowledge, being able to identify which bugs are good, which are bad, and which are just plain ugly.

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  • 15/07/2015

    Summer Survival

    Summer brings common challenges for the gardener in all of us, such as dividing time and effort between, keeping our gardens in good shape, and enjoying them throughout the holidays. It’s a tough season for the garden as it is, but given that many of us take holidays this time of year, it’s a wonder our gardens survive.

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  • 14/07/2015

    Your July Garden

    July tends to be one of the hottest months of the year (or so rumour has it), so although you will want to spend as much time in the garden as possible relaxing, there will be a few jobs that need to be done in the garden to avoid it looking like an overgrown wasteland.

    So, here is your July job list:

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