Monthly Archives: November 2013

  1. The perfect Christmas present

    The perfect Christmas present for the children is always a hard one isn’t it, just seems like they have everything doesn’t it! Buy Sheds Direct can help you out this year, making it easy and affordable! Our wooden playhouse range offers you the best entertainment for the little ones, great fun and allows their imaginations to run wild!

    Maybe you already have a run down, wooden playhouse at the bottom of the garden that they aren’t too interested in anymore and you think it needs refreshing, now is the ideal time to renew and surprise them with a brand new playing area. For a fantastic price, why wouldn’t you?

    You have a great range to choose from, each kid’s playhouse provides you different features of great quality. You might choose the stable door style offering the children extended play time and ideas or perhaps the double window design making play time more interesting. For a fantastic price, why wouldn’t you?

    Meeting Toy Standards EN71.

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  2. A quick guide to using canes and supports in the garden

    Preparation for winter: Removing any canes and supports in your plot left from the summer crops, ensuring you store them safely and somewhere dry, such as garden storage areas.

    Why is this? So that they can be re-used….you need to care for your canes, as they are technically caring for your plants. After use, you should make sure they are stored away; this will prevent rotting from the rain and snow, maintaining their sturdy structure to support your crops.

    Cane fruits need little attention during the winter, other than making sure that the long canes are tied securely again to prevent them rocking or breaking in strong winds.

    In February or early March you’ll need to cut down the old fruited stems of autumn-fruiting, to ground level.
    Cutting your old caned fruits down as close to ground level as possible is crucial; so that buds will break from below the soil surface. If canes are not cut low enough, fruit may form on any remaining cane por

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