Monthly Archives: August 2019
A Patio Heater or Fire Pit Warms Your Garden Once Summer’s Over
The summer might be drawing to a close but that doesn’t mean you have to head back indoors and hibernate until next spring. A patio heater or fire pit can provide the comfort and warmth you need to extend your time outdoors well into autumn and beyond.
So, if the end of summer has left you melancholy, let the following scenarios warm your heart and fill you with excited anticipation of the rest of the year.
As we move out of summer, The September Garden Guide is here to remind you of your key gardening tasks for the coming month.
During September, the nights will noticeably draw in and the temperature likely cool. It’s time to reflect on the passing summer, gather in the harvest and get your garden ready for autumn.
Here are our top 10 tips to help you make the most of your September garden and to ensure it is well prepared for the autumn and beyond.
Plastic Shed Now Means Premium Shed
Plastic sheds used to be viewed as the poor relations of wooden and metal sheds. This is no longer the case.
Whether it comes to utilising the latest technology or sporting an eye-catching, contemporary design, plastic sheds now lead the way.
You Know You’ve Made it When You Own a Gazebo
Gazebos are real standout garden buildings, aren’t they?
Sheds, greenhouses and summer houses all fulfil essential roles, but there’s something uniquely special about owning a garden gazebo.
A gazebo is such a versatile garden feature, offering you a place to entertain friends, dine alfresco with the family, relax with a good book, or simply shelter from showers - all in contemporary style and with a bit of panache.
Posted: August 08, 2019|Categories: Garden Design|
Let Your Garden Design Dreams be Inspired by these Garden Seating Areas
Make a feature of your patio and add privacy with this clever idea. Posts, gradually increasing in height add impact to what would otherwise be an average patio. You could use a variety of materials from rustic logs to metal poles.
August is the last full month of summer and one of the warmest of the year.
As well as continuing with some of July’s tasks, you will need to address other areas of your garden too.
Here are our top 10 tips to help you make the most of your August garden and to ensure you retain plenty of interest as we move into autumn.