5 Simple Ways to Transform Your Backyard into A Fun Playground

*collaborative post* Play is a vital and necessary aspect of your child’s life. Having a playground in your own backyard will surely make the kids extremely happy. And creating one is not difficult at all. If you have children, you undoubtedly know they have a lot of energy, definitely much more than an adult has. So, it is perfectly understandable if you are unable to keep up with them. Because of this incredible energy and curiosity, it is highly recommended {Read More}

Top Gardening Tips To Make Your Garden A Work Of Art

*Collaborative Post* Wondering how to make your garden stand out from the others? Well, you’re not the only one. Many gardeners ask themselves the same question, but there’s so much you can do to beautify your own space. From choosing the right plants to transforming your space into a relaxing retreat, these are the top gardening tips to make your garden a work of art. Plan Out Your Space It’s a good idea to plan out your space before you {Read More}

How To Create A Garden Space For The Whole Family To Enjoy

*collaborative post* The garden is a space that everyone in the family can enjoy, from the youngest to the eldest. We all have fond memories of playing in our gardens with siblings, friends or relatives, and as adults, there’s nothing as enjoyable as relaxing in your garden with good company. There are plenty of ways to make your garden the perfect area for everyone. It is important to designate areas to ensure that everyone can make the most of the {Read More}

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Building a Garden Shed

*Collaborative Post* A garden shed is one of the many small additions that you can make to your home to add to its convenience. A garden shed can be a great place to store items and tools you routinely use around the house. It can also make for a perfect place to work on small or major projects, and could even add to the garden’s decor.  It all depends on whether you pick the right one, however. There are also {Read More}

5 Tips For Making A Kid-Friendly Garden

Gardening is one of the top done-at-home hobbies. No matter how pleasing your garden is , you have to make several changes in the garden to make it playful for your kids. Stuffing plastic toys, making way for cycling, making sandcastles is not bearable for many parents who like gardening. But kids like their plastic toys, and you have to do something about it. What if you knew about how you can please your inner gardener and the kids at {Read More}

4 Things You Need to Get Your Garden Summer-Ready

*collaborative post* With summer fast-approaching, now is the time to spruce up your garden in time for the sunshine. Given the gradual easing of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, millions of people are looking forward to socialising again and it’s likely that outdoor gatherings will be permitted before indoor get-togethers are possible. Due to this, it’s more important than ever to ensure you’ve got a fabulous outdoor space to enjoy this summer. However, improving your garden won’t just enhance your enjoyment of {Read More}

Getting a Gardener

I would love to say that I am green fingered and my garden looks like something out of the Chelsea Garden Show but sadly, that just isn’t the case. I can barely tell the difference between a weed and a flower at times! So what can you do if you aren’t naturally green fingered? You can invest some money into getting a great gardener. There are bound to be some great gardeners in your area but they will offer widely {Read More}

Say Goodbye to Summer by Hosting the Ultimate Gazebo Garden Party

Are you the hostess with the mostess?  Let’s end Summer 2018 with a bang! Whether your garden is large or small, this inexpensive pop up Gazebo is the perfect solution to throw an unforgettable soiree. They come in a range of shapes and sizes, and can be decorated with lights and scatter cushions, so channel your inner feng shui until your heart’s content! Unfortunately the British weather can be a little unpredictable, but we’re not letting it rain on our {Read More}

How to Make Your Garden Personal to You

The garden is an important space. It may mean different things to different people, but the garden represents so much. It is also the place that more people are adding memorial benches, making it an even more personal space. But what designs can support this so that your garden soaks up memories? When we lose a loved one, we need space, emotionally and physically, to come to terms with the loss. An important process as we grieve are the memories {Read More}

How to breathe new life into your garden in 2018

We are already well into a new year, and the thought of transforming our lives or our fitness are probably either well on track, or perhaps fallen by the wayside. However, just because it is already into 2018, that doesn’t mean that you can’t get on board with the idea of change. One great place to start is your garden. As the weather hasn’t been great, there is a good chance that you have even thought about your garden over {Read More}