With Summer quickly approaching and looking like it's going to be a scorcher, now is the perfect time to start thinking about outdoor entertaining. Whether that's having the family around for a BBQ, throwing a party for all your friends you haven't seen in a while, or just keeping the kids entertained while they're off school. Read on for some ideas for how to make the most out of your garden this summer!
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Planning a family get-together or a barbecue bash but your garden needs a bit of a tidy-up? The paddling pools make their way out of storage, the barbecues 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?
Here are some fun ideas to keep the kids entertained in the garden. Whatever the size of your space, there are plenty of family-friendly activities you can enjoy together to make the most of your garden this summer!
Recently there has been an increase in the popularity of robotic lawn mowers, and it's not difficult to see why! They are a more expensive alternative to the standard lawn mower, which makes you wonder whether robotic lawn mowers are worth it? Should I invest in one? Do the benefits justify the price? And will it really make that much of a difference? So, here are some reasons why it is totally worth investing in a Robotic Lawnmower:
New build houses often offer limited garden space so it is important to use this space wisely. Planning the layout and keeping design simple are easy ways to manage a new build garden without the hassle of constant maintenance. Focus on one section at a time to make your workload manageable and so you can see progress quickly.
Bees are an important part of the garden all year round. They are important cogs in the garden machine as they pollinate our plants and vegetables. It is been widely publicised that their numbers are in decline, which could cause serious issues to our plant life over the coming years. Luckily all is not lost yet, with a bit of thought and planning, your garden can become a haven for these busy buzzers.
Gardening is getting more popular, and we’re spending more time in the garden , but it’s tricky knowing your herbaceous borders from your perennials, dandelions to creeping buttercups. However, for the novices and less green-fingered among us, Google has all the answers. From getting rid of weeds to growing vegetables, every year thousands of budding horticulturalists are searching online for ways to maintain and perfect their 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.
Easter is usually the busiest gardening weekend of the year. For many people it is the first chance they get to put on their boots, pull out their clippers and tidy the garden.
Along with the cold, the winter months also bring the wet weather. While flooding in the UK is a relatively isolated problem, many homeowners may find that a torrential downpour can often leave their garden flooded and waterlogged.