Monthly Archives: July 2012

  1. Adding functional space to your garden

    Garden sheds are a mainstay of most gardens – But you may never have considered log cabins, which offer an extremely versatile space.

    Whether you're thinking of set-up a home gym, provide more space for entertaining and alfresco dinning or just want to have a home office, log cabins can provide the space and comfort you need.

    Often you don't need planning permission, but always check with your local Council.

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  2. Top 10 garden resources

    1 - Gardeners' World

    The Gardeners' World site is pretty much the ultimate resource for someone new to gardening. The site features a great gardening calender with weekly tips and an extensive 'how to' section covering projects and problem solving. There's also a plants database detailing 100's of plants and flowers.

    If you can't find the help you need from the main pages there is also a forum section, on which you can post those burning questions.

    2 - RHS

    This is a great reference site to any budding gardener, what ever your skill level. They have an excellent advice section which can filter down all their information until you find what you're looking for. They also have good quality video guides for most basic gardening tasks.

    The grow your own section i

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