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5 amazing family garden tips to be ready for Autumn

5 amazing family garden tips to be ready for Autumn

As Spring taught us that our gardens can be a safe haven during a pandemic, I believe that this will be no different during Autumn. As we all know, Autumn is my favourite season. I am starting to think about getting the garden ready for Autumn and ensuring everything is tidied up and put away, ready for the colder months ahead. Here are some of my top tips for getting your family garden in tip top shape and adding a little luxury along the way. VIEW the POST

Must have tools for gardening and landscape

Must have tools for gardening and landscape

It's getting near to Spring, when everyone starts thinking about their gardens. Gardening and landscaping are two activities used in enhancing the appearance of the area whether professional, residential or public. Elements like ornamental or economic trees, flowers, shrubs, plants and even rocks and bodies of water are used in modifying the looks and feel of the outdoor and indoor space. While these elements can be naturally occurring in the terrain, they can also be artificially introduced into the environment to give it the desired effect. Here are some great tools for gardening and landscaping this Spring. VIEW the POST

Amazing plants to sow in April

Now that April is finally here we can all put the winter behind us and start to look forward to much warmer days and the summer ahead. If you are looking for a way to spruce up the garden in the next few weeks for the warmer season, there are a lot of options you can choose. Today we are going to have a look at just some of the seeds and bulbs which you can sow this month in order to have stunning colour and texture in your garden all summer long.

How to make your garden child friendly

How to make your garden child friendly

Kids love to run around and play outdoors, and if you have a house with a nice-looking, large garden, that’s a great opportunity to give them some extra recreational space. However, an environment like this can also be potentially dangerous to a small child, especially a more active one that likes to explore and mess with things. You will need to be responsible about this and keep a few things in check to ensure that the little ones will be able to stay out of harm’s way at all times. Here are some things you may need to consider in order to make your garden child friendly.VIEW the POST

Things you need to know about growing a Leyland Cypress

Things you need to know about growing a Leyland Cypress

A well groomed, nicely landscaped garden not only complements your property aesthetically, but also adds a touch of calmness and serenity to your space. The way you design and landscape your garden speaks volumes about your taste in design and inclination towards nature. As simple as it may seem, gardening and landscaping is a comprehensive task that requires investment of time, energy and money.VIEW the POST

Three ways to exercise without going to the gym

Gyms can be useful. There’s something about being there amongst other people who are exercising that can be pretty motivating. However, a gym isn’t the only place and the only way to keep fit. Our gym membership runs out in March and I am contemplating whether we need to renew it or not! Here are a couple of ways you can exercise without hitting the gym.