Buying products which are destined for the garden is never an easy job. You can’t use the normal goods you buy for the inside, as the items outside will have to be much stronger to deal with bad weather and other elements. Along with this, though, you also want your garden goods to be as beautiful as possible. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to find the balance between good looks and a long lasting nature in the options you choose for your outdoor spaces. With this in mind, it should be ways easier to make some improvements.
Have you also noticed the pleasant calmness of a garden early in the morning? Even in the early evening, when it’s bathed in a violet-like light from the setting sun, greeting the family of birds who always hangs out in your tree at the end of the day – if only the sunset could linger a bit longer.
Spring is such a beautiful time – in fact, I think it might even be my favourite time of the year. There’s a special kind of aroma and feel in the air; the trees are starting to get new leaves, the flowers are starting to bloom – and all around you, people just seem to have that little bit of a spring in their step! I always look forward to spring, especially because spring heralds the time when I can get my bike out of storage and start pedalling to work again. The warmer days are such a treat, and I always get to work in the best mood when I ride. I want to share with you all top seven ways to put a spring in your step so that you make the most of this beautiful time of year. These tips are brought to you by the perpetual bringers of spring, Melbourne florists, Oollie Flora.
I loved finding out that I was going to be an auntie! I hadn’t prepared for it though, I had no idea i would be so overwhelmed and I burst into uncontrollable tears, I couldn’t even speak. I was so amazed and it was such a lovely surprise. I loved it. I was so happy for my brother and his girlfriend. So happy for Noah and Isla to be getting a teeny tiny cousin and a pink one at that.
It is summer and the flowers are beginning to bloom, there are some brilliant colours opening up in the garden at the moment and we are trying again with the little sunflowers as the last batch were eaten by slugs – I am prepared this time, I bought slug pellets (safe ones mind you).
You can tell Spring is in the air, the crisp mornings are coming full of dew and sometimes frost which protects the beautiful flowers that are starting to bloom. A sign of spring is most definitely the daffodils – we found a beautiful spot in Cambridge this weekend full of the yellow pretties.