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Archives: November 2019

  1. Plan Your 2020 Garden Using Pinterest

    Plan Your 2020 Garden Using Pinterest

    If you want to design your dream garden, then Pinterest is a handy tool to get inspiration and top tips on how to execute your ideas. Here’s how you can use Pinterest to plan your 2020 garden design. What is Pinterest? Pinterest is a popular visual search engine where you can search for images and inspiration. With over billions of...
  2. Should I Remove the Cushions from My Garden Furniture?

    Should I Remove the Cushions from My Garden Furniture?

    We often discuss how you protect your garden furniture in the winter but what about your garden furniture cushions? Your garden furniture cushions require different care than your furniture, so we’ve revealed what you should do with your cushions this winter. Do I Need to Remove My Cushions? Yes. No matter how you are protecting your garden furniture this year...
  3. Giving your Garden a New Lease of Life this Winter

    Giving your Garden a New Lease of Life this Winter

    We don’t believe in leaving your garden to become overgrown and messy in the winter whilst you huddle indoors trying to keep warm, there’s plenty you can be doing in your garden and plenty of ways to enjoy the outdoors, despite the cold weather. We’ve often highlighted the importance of spending time outdoors for both your mental and physical well-being...
  4. Bring the Garden Indoors

    Bring the Garden Indoors

    Winter is here, but why should that mean you can’t still enjoy green plants, flowers and everything else you like to do in your garden? Here, we’ve revealed how you can bring the garden indoors and enjoy garden life from the warmth of indoors. Add Houseplants We’re not saying you need to dig up your shrubbery and bring it indoors...
  5. Hosting a Winter Garden Party

    Hosting a Winter Garden Party

    With so much going on throughout the winter months, Halloween, Bonfire Night, Christmas and New Year’s Eve we’re sure that you’re going to have guests over at some point, but where do you put them all? Here, we’ve revealed how to host a winter garden party without your guests being uncomfortably cold. A Seat by The Fire Your guests are...

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