When one thinks of a quintessential British home, they might imagine a rustic, stony affair in an idyllic village. Or perhaps a red brick terrace house from a popular soap opera, or even a luxurious antiquated manor. One common feature these images will no doubt share, is a garden. From The Hobbit to The Secret Garden, there’s just something so incredibly British about having a garden all of your own.
After spending years trapped indoors it’s not surprising that many of us are yearning for the great outdoors. With so much uncertainty ahead of us it’s no longer a guarantee that you’ll be able to venture forth on a holiday whenever the mood strikes. If you’ve already redecorated your home to give it that new lease of life and find yourself staring out the kitchen window at your dishevelled lawn it might make sense to finally invest in your garden and turn it into the oasis of your dreams.
For all you green thumbs out there, it’s time to explore some useful tips on how to smartly conceal your garden tools. Spend less time searching for misplaced garden tools and more time doing what you love amongst nature. With a touch of creativity, you will be surprised by the simple everyday items that you can use to transform your outdoor space into an organised garden tool rack or box.
As the colder weather draws in, it’s time to turn your attention to winter garden planning. By protecting your existing plants and planting winter flowers, you can create an enchanting glen in your garden even if there is frost on the ground. In this article, we’re going to reveal our top winter garden planning tips and tricks to take you from frost to fabulous in no time at all!
As the proud owner of a garden, you’ll obviously want to make sure it’s kept safe and protected for when the cold snap breezes in. It’s of no surprise that low temperatures can damage your plants, effect the wildlife that make your garden home, and even damage furniture if left to its devices. A winter garden needs your help.