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Friday, January 16, 2015
Garden planning can feel like a bit of a chore, especially if you don't know where to start.  This post provides you with some simple steps to get you started and have your garden exactly how you want it.  The New Year is the perfect time to start sorting out your garden so that it is ready for those warm summer days when you can sit outside and admire your work.
Raised bed gardening can make the garden more accessible to those who are less capable.  It can also be of benefit to people who do not want to use the soil that is in their garden as it  prevents certain plants from growing.  This post tells you how you can begin your own raised bed and what you need to do so.
Research has suggested that gardening may help to boost serotonin levels, helping with conditions such as depression and stress. More so, it is suggested that the soil contains certain microbes that can influence our serotonin levels.
Friday, January 9, 2015

All sheds require a base in order for them to be safely built and placed in the garden. The base protects it from rot due to ground water from rain and increases the solidarity of the shed overall. Paving slabs are a cheap and easy way to create a base that is long lasting and good value. 

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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

When it comes to the British weather, we all know how often Rain blesses us. In the case of a shed, keeping that rain running off requires shed felt and the felt protects the roof and stops water damage. Therefore it is essential that you get the right felt and correctly lay it.

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Friday, December 12, 2014
Winter gardens are fabulous places to go and visit.  There are so many to choose from that it is impossible to see all of them during one season, which is why we have put together a list of the top 5 to visit in the UK.

Getting children involved in gardening from a young age can be really beneficial to their overall development, and it is even better if they enjoy it at the same time.  Here we give you some tips for engaging children in gardening activities.

Small sheds are great for storing garden essentials such as tools, accessories, and garden wear, but they can often become cluttered.  This post gives you some clever ideas for to organise your shed and avoid clutter to keep everything easily accessible for when you need it.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Even adults need a space where they can go and connect with their inner-child every now and then.  That's why we have put together this fun guide for you to see how you can turn your shed into your own personal space, to do whatever you want to do when winding down away from the children.
Some tips and advice to help you prepare your shed for winter and avoid as much damage as possible from the cold weather.
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