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    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.
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    Planting Garden Bulbs

    Posted on February 22, 2017 at 5:09 pm


    Summer Bulbs are a great addition to any garden as they will provide colour year after year and can even provide additional flowers to be divided and planted in another part of the garden. Unlike normal flowers these flowers do not need to be planted each year, they are hardy in nature, and there is a colour, size or shape that should suit any gardening need. Summer Bulbs are one of the easiest types of flowers or plants to nurture and cultivate. For the next season, the best types of bulbs to grow to include true bulbs such as Asiatic and Oriental lilies, corms like gladiolus and crocosmia, tubers, examples of which are begonia, caladium or dahlia, and rhizome crops such as agapanthus and canna.

    Dahlia: A flower from a tuber

    Posted on January 11, 2017 at 2:55 pm


      Perennial plants are small flowering plants that live for two years or more. The word perennial is used to distinguish a plant based on its life span. Perennial plants are commonly known as they bloom spring and summer season and dies every autumn. Having a huge rebirth of its popularity, garden owners realised that one popular perennial plant named Dahlias provides a wide array of beautiful and stunning colours. These plants bloom its wonderful flowers from mid-summer season to the first frost. Similarly to other perennial plants, these Dahlias take the delight of the warmth to be reproduced in subsequent waves. Positioned in a sunny place with rich soil on its roots Dahlias will never fail to give you excellent blooming flowers. With the constant evolution range that Dahlias... Read More »

    Timber Up and Over Doors Construction and Operation Mechanism Guide

    Posted on October 20, 2016 at 2:49 pm


    The need for doors with bespoke designs that stylishly complement the perfect finish of homes is at all-time high thanks to the readily available wide range of doors with endless finishes and styles. Whether you are searching online or from a local store, you will find many standard styles and sizes as well purpose-made doors to fit a special garage or home. One of the most popular door types in the UK is the up and over timber doors. Woodrite Oakley Timber up and over doors are known for their greater panel design flexibility as they are not restricted by panels divisions and high security as well as easy operation. The up and over timber doors are primarily produced in two different construction methods that include the traditional joinery and... Read More »

    Training Climbing Plants

    Posted on September 26, 2016 at 6:14 am


    When you want to have climbing Plants growing up against your garden fence to hide the ugliness of the fence and create a more green effect in your garden you need to stick some free standing bamboo sticks about 6 inches apart from each other and evenly spaced, so they have room to grow out and up the fence. It’s important to remember that you will have to keep re-positioning the ties around the climbing plants to train them to grow in the direction you want them too, and you also have to keep trimming them down if they start to go stray. When they have started to angle in another direction, it’s a good idea to tie the straying plant to the adjacent stick in the opposite direction it is... Read More »

    Sculpting Hedges in Your Garden

    Posted on August 26, 2016 at 5:46 am


    A nice touch to gardens with hedges that stand independently in an ornamental fashion in your garden is to have them sculpted into a simple shape, such as an oval, a square, a diamond and you can even decorate them with a few solar garden lights to create a cool lighting effect at night. Though for the more complex shapes you will need to hire a landscaper to translate your ideas into a work of art that you would love to see in your garden. You can even spend a few hours trimming the large hedges outside your home if you have them marking the borders of your gardens. If you don’t have any hedges you can buy some free standing potted hedges and sculpt them too. You can even get the... Read More »