Monthly Archives: May 2016
With summer just around the corner, gardens can often need a bit of TLC and part of that is making sure that your fences and garden structures are looking great. Over winter, it is quite common for garden fencing and structures to take a bit of damage from the weather, so if you are looking to replace any of your existing items be sure to check out these products below.
The best garden fencing and structures
1. Chestnut brown pressure treated featheredge panel in 6x6, 6x5 and 6x3
Create a classic and effective garden boundary fence with this excellent pressure treated featheredge panel, providing privacy and security for your outside fence as well as looking lovely!
These fence panels are manufactured from heavy duty timber and pressure treated to provide a 15 year guarantee again
Gardening is thirsty work! So who better to interview than the guys from Two Thirsty Gardeners? Nick and Rich have been gardening since a very young age and have been making their own cider since 2008. Since then, they have gained an allotment and have continued to turn the fruits of their labour into alcoholic drinks, to the point they even have a book out called 'Brew it Yourself'.
We were fortunate enough to interview Nick about all things gardening and brewing related, from different crops you can make alcohol from, to the importance of practising organic gardening methods. Check out the interview below!
Our interview with Two Thirsty Gardeners
1. From your website, it says that you turn some of your crops into alcohol. How many different crops have you done this with?
So many I’m not sure I could list them all! We make cider from apples; we flavour beer with home grown hops, coria