Wind, rain and frost can all leave their mark on decking over the course of winter. When spring arrives and your garden slowly comes back to life, restoring your decking to its former glory deserves a place on your to-do list.
Using raised beds is a great way to create a multi-level garden that makes the most of your outdoor space, and can add interest, colour and texture to your garden. They can also help you introduce plants that like different soil types, or give space for fruit and vegetables that benefit from a little extra room to grow.
A sunny spring weekend is a great time to get your shed organised ready for the warmer weather. A well-organised shed makes it easier to find what you’re looking for, keeps your garden tidy and your tools and other items protected from the elements. This weekend, why not create a shed to be proud of? Spring clean the interior, reorganise your tools and things, and refresh the exterior so your shed is ready for summer.
The arrival of spring brings with it new life and in turn, a new opportunity to create the garden you’ve always wanted. A lush green lawn is the centre point of any outdoor space - a place to admire, relax in the sunshine or host friends and family when spring stretches into summer. Bringing your lawn back to life after the cold and damp months of winter requires a little bit of effort and preparation. Dedicate a weekend to tending your lawn and create a flourishing green space.
There’s something satisfying about picking home-grown plump tomatoes, breaking off a few stalks of basil and plucking a bunch of salad leaves from your own garden. Enjoy the fruits of your labour all year round by creating a kitchen garden from scratch. Simply work through all the essential steps - planning, prepping and planting - then watch your favourite veggies flourish.