• Stable Barrow

    Gardens can at times get a little bit out of hand and maintenance is needed to ensure it looks good all year round. There are many different features that can make a garden really stand out, whether it’s a vibrant lawn, desirable furniture or even the latest gardening techniques. Landscapers are experts when it comes to getting the most out of an outdoor space; they can incorporate themes, open out spaces, and create different areas for different purposes. Seating areas can give people a place to relax, while lawns and flowered borders can be nice additions for enthusiastic gardeners. Transitions into houses, garages and other garden areas are also important, including pathways, patios, doors and steps are always important aspects.

    Choosing the Right Type of Lawn

    Posted on December 24, 2017 at 7:21 pm

    Lawns are a big part of a garden – they usually form the largest surface area within the garden. If you are looking for a new lawn, replacing an area of lawn, or you are moving into a new property and creating a new garden, you should ensure you choose the correct type of turf for your new garden. A standard type of turf will suffice in most domestic properties. The turf sold in the UK is generally quite hardy and will withstand some harsh weather conditions. However, if your garden is used for sport, you have pets or it is a high traffic area, you might need to have a tougher kind of turf. Choose one that is specifically made to last in a high traffic spot. If your... Read More »

    Ideas for Landscaping a Larger Garden

    Posted on November 26, 2017 at 1:39 pm

    A large garden space is a lovely thing to have, but it also takes more consideration. You will need to decide exactly how you would like to landscape your garden, and have a plan in mind so that it doesn’t end up looking haphazard. Here are some top landscaping ideas: Install a deck area. If the space is big enough, you will have room for a patio area as well. Choose a secluded spot and install a deck, as a place to sit and enjoy some peace. Have a pond – or several ponds. Make them into a little feature, with bridges and pathways. You could keep fish as well if you like. Create a rockery. This gives you the chance to plant cacti and other succulents. Have a rockery... Read More »

    Can you Grow Cucumbers in the UK?

    Posted on October 31, 2017 at 10:47 pm

    It is perfectly possible to grow cucumbers at home in the UK. You do need to be careful though, because these vegetable need some special growing conditions and if you do not provide these, it would be very easy to kill them. The first thing to do is to decide between a bush or a vine. A vine will need to be able to climb so make sure you have trellises or similar frames for them to grow up onto. You also need to make sure cucumbers are planted in warm earth. Don’t think about planting them until a good few weeks after the last frosts of winter. You can warm the earth up a little with plastic or start off a cucumber plant’s life in a greenhouse. Make sure... Read More »

    Tips for Maintaining Green Turf

    Posted on September 29, 2017 at 10:17 am

    Maintaining green turf is expensive but doing so gives you a healthy and lush-looking lawn. You need to take good care of this unique kind of grass once you have laid and rooted it. Be as cautious as possible until it spreads uniformly. The tips below will help you keep your lawn looking beautiful throughout the year and without much effort. 

    How to Grow Herbs Indoors

    Posted on September 2, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    Herbs can be very easy to grow indoors. Grow things like basil, parsley, mint, oregano and thyme easily inside your own home and have access to delicious fresh herbs whenever you want them. You should consider the herbs you want to grow carefully and choose ones that will grow well indoors. Usually, a window sill will be the best place to keep them as herbs tend to need a lot of warmth and sunlight. Buy herbs from somewhere like a garden centre or grow them from seed and purchase the seeds online. You can buy herb plants from places like supermarkets but they are probably not going to be in the best of health after sitting on a shelf with no sunlight. Supermarket herb plants tend to wilt and die... Read More »
  • Grass Lawn

    You can be the envy of your neighbours with fresh grass lawn Hertfordshire for your garden. Gone are the days where you have to wait for your grass to grow, simply order from a turf supplier, most will even be able to lay it for you.

  • Glass Veranda

    If you regularly spend time outdoors throughout the year then you will find that a glass veranda is the ideal choice for you. Helps keep you dry so you can continue to entertain guests or relax in the garden in sun or rain.

  • Automatic Gates

    Automatic Swing Gates can be a lot more useful in your home than a regular gate, allowing quick and easy entry into your property, providing you have the access code.

  • Garage Doors

    When looking for the appropriate garage door, Hormann Sectional Doors may prove to be a great option for you. They are known for their high level of performance and reliability among all doors.  


  • What are Autumn Bulbs?

    For those who’ve only just recently started using bulbs to produce their own flowers, some of the terms can be a bit confusing. Autumn bulbs are one example of this, in that they are also known as early spring-flowering bulbs, because you plant them during autumn but grow into flowers during early spring.
  • Purchasing Firewood Supplies

    It can be tricky to find and purchase the types of wood you'd like to have for firewood, but by looking for a firewood supplier online you will be able to choose any variety of wood you want.
  • Wooden Gates for your Garden

    When homeowners are trying to decide upon what type of garden gate they want, they usually have just a couple of priorities in their decision; low cost and providing security and privacy. Cheap wooden gates are a lot lower in price than metal gates, and generally their design can provide better privacy too.