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Trellis Makes A Garden Beautiful
Garden trellis, often referred to as lattice, is a simple, effective way to improve your garden’s appearance.
Attractive in its own right, trellis really comes into its own when adorned with climbing plants. This is when it offers you something incredibly beautiful and truly unique.
About Garden Arbours
If you're a DIY novice and wondering how to install a garden arbour, don't worry, it's a relatively straightforward process. Still, getting it exactly right first time will ensure your arbour withstands even the worst of weather and remains a much-loved fixture in your garden for many years to come.
Garden arbours sport a variety of timeless designs, ranging from simple, understated elegance to stunning garden focal points, especially when they include trellis adorned with climbing plants.
The Benefits of Garden Trellis
Trellis, also known as lattice, not only looks attractive in its own right, it is also the perfect way to train climbers.
This means that you can create a uniquely beautiful garden fence or add interest to an otherwise unremarkable brick wall.
Trellis is a wonderful way to enhance your garden and, if you erect it correctly, you can enjoy its benefits for many years to come.
Why Are Planters and Plant Containers So Useful?
You’ve done it, I’ve done it - everyone’s done it. I’m on about buying a plant when you know that your garden is full.
The plant is delivered and then you have to find a home for it.
Or you may have a patio garden. All concrete and paving slabs. No greenery to be seen within the confines of your brick enclosure.
Benefits of A Garden Arch
With warmer weather upon us, now is the time to focus on the layout of your garden.
A key component of garden design is the garden arch, which makes a wonderful way to frame a walkway or separate different sections of your outdoor space.
Whether you opt for a traditional wooden garden arch or prefer the more imposing style of metal garden arches, we have something to perfectly complement your own garden's design.
So, why not make the most of your weekend and add instant appeal to your garden with one of our premium-quality garden arches?
Roll Out the Red Carpet for Insects
Most bugs are great in the garden. Even the nasties are part of a bigger picture.
You can help keep this all in a healthy balance, and get your garden looking great, by building a bug hotel. Welcome them in, carry their bags to their room and always be there when needed.
You'll soon reap the benefits.
Why should I paint or stain my fence?
Any high-quality wooden fence you buy will carry a guarantee against rot and fungal decay. That’s because, prior to your purchase, the wood will have undergone one of two types of protective treatment: dip treatment or pressure treatment.
Dip treated wood will need re-treating annually for the preservative to remain effective. Pressure treated wood, although not for a considerable amount of time, will eventually need re-treating too. There’s no escaping it; at some point or another, all wood needs protecting from rot, insects, wear and tear if it is to remain healthy and maintain its attractive ap
When was the last time you inspected your garden fence for signs of rot and fungal decay?
Oh, you can’t tell me? Tut-tut, that just won’t do.
Unbeknownst to many, the greatest threat to any innocent run of garden fencing isn’t powerful, gale-force winds - extreme weather of this nature is so unlikely in this country - nor a swift, slat-splitting kick from a hooligan idly destroying every panel within a two-mile radius.
No, the true arch-nemesis of your fence panels and posts is far more banal. Slowly it creeps, until your entire fencing run is consumed, rendering it useless, and your pockets empty. Rot, is the most perilous hazard facing your fence panels and posts.
When you read ‘bedding’ and think of fitted sheets, pillow cases and duvet covers then perhaps you need to check out the haberdashery department. But if bedding conjures up images of containers stuffed with plants in a colour scheme reminiscent of an explosion in a paint factory, then read on.
Bare walls, fencing and obelisks are just waiting for a climber or two. Or maybe three. This little lot will clothe your naked vertical surfaces in no time at all. And that can only be good news.