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Garden Pergola – How-To Guide

Garden Pergola – How-To Guide

  Pergolas are a great addition to any garden. They offer an amazing way to provide shelter from the summer rays and create that necessary garden privacy. Not only will the structure add a focal point and interest in your garden, but they are a great way to grow...

How to Make Your Garden Private

How to Make Your Garden Private

  For most of us, our town gardens tend to be on the smaller side. Garden space is really an issue for many inner-city homes with a lot of housing backing on to more housing. For many urban homes, the question of “how do you make a garden private when it is virtually...

How to Improve Your Waterlogged Garden That Has Clay Soil

How to Improve Your Waterlogged Garden That Has Clay Soil

For anyone that thinks their garden is very damp and bog-like. The first thing to try and work out is whether the soil is just moisture-laden or is actually heavily clay-based. Clay soils tend to have a smoother texture and are slightly sticky to the touch. A great...

How to Work With Sloping Gardens?

How to Work With Sloping Gardens?

After years of designing and constructing many gardens in and around Sheffield, one type of garden poses more of a challenge. That is many have sloping gardens and owners don't know how to work with them. We understand that slopes present their own special set of...

5 Spring Gardening Tasks You Can Start Now

5 Spring Gardening Tasks You Can Start Now

  With spring just around the corner, it’s time to start looking at your gardens for the 2020 growing season. Even though the ground is still cold and the weather is unpredictable there is plenty that you can be cracking on with. We have compiled a list of five tasks...

Gardening Hygiene Tips to Keep your Garden Healthy

Gardening Hygiene Tips to Keep your Garden Healthy

  Diseases and pests in your garden are a problem for all budding gardeners when trying to get their gardens in the best condition they can be. Whether you want to improve your outdoor space with lots of flowers and plants or if you’re trying to grow a veg patch,...

Gardening in January – Tasks You Can Do Now

Gardening in January – Tasks You Can Do Now

  It’s really one of the coldest and probably one of the toughest months for gardening in January. Your garden seems dormant, however, the days are getting longer and there is plenty of preparation to be getting on with. Gardening in January is more about maintenance...

Jobs for Autumn

Jobs for Autumn

  Autumn is upon us, the nights are drawing in earlier, its getting noticeably colder at night and first thing in the morning.  Its still a busy time in the garden with lots of jobs for Autumn, mainly in preparation for winter and spring. Planting and...

Get your Garden Ready when you Go on Holiday

Get your Garden Ready when you Go on Holiday

  If you’re an avid gardener, all the hard work that you’ve put into your garden can be quickly undone if you’re heading off for a few weeks in the sun. It’s natural that you will worry about your plants and garden borders, especially when the weather hots up in...

How to Build a Raised Bed for Planting

How to Build a Raised Bed for Planting

  Why have a raised garden bed? One of the great reasons for gardening in a raised bed is so the soil is elevated above ground level. This creates a great environment so that the soil warms up easier and helps establish plants and prolongs their growing time...

Get your Garden Tidy for the New Growing Season

Get your Garden Tidy for the New Growing Season

Spring is a great time to get outside and to start to get to grips with a good garden tidy, it’s all about fresh starts and decluttering after the cold winter months are starting to fade away. Many people decide to spring clean their homes but neglect that their...

Best Garden and Flower Shows 2019

Best Garden and Flower Shows 2019

Garden and flower shows are great places to really get some ideas and inspiration for your own garden. Whether you're an avid plant lover, looking for ideas on how to update your garden or simply want an enjoyable day out, then these events are perfect for you. Many...

How to Plant Bare Rooted Trees

How to Plant Bare Rooted Trees

  Bare rooted plants are field grown and when the time is right they are carefully lifted out of the ground by hand if small enough but mostly with a special machine capable of lifting larger plants without damaging the root ball.   Lifting is done in November to...

Small Garden Design Tips – Ask the Experts (Infographic)

Small Garden Design Tips – Ask the Experts (Infographic)

If you have a small garden, then making it a beautiful outdoor space shouldn’t be a problem. These gardening tips have been put together to illustrate some of the best ideas you can follow to make your small garden work the best for you. Even though these gardening...

Artificial Lawns – How to do it Yourself (Video)

Artificial Lawns – How to do it Yourself (Video)

Artificial lawns have come along way in the last few years, they are now much more realistic, easy to maintain and a great alternative for the modern busy family. We often work with many clients that simply don't want the hastle of keeping on top of a real grass lawn....

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