Spring is a time for new life and your reimagined garden to take shape. Providing ample opportunity for those Easter egg hunts, why not let your creative spark loose in your garden today! From providing new life and vegetation, to future-proofing your space with the latest in garden technology. Here are four on-trend ideas for this season to spring your gardening into step.
A garden for hosting! Becoming ever-more popular are gardens that are fit for entertaining, especially during the warmer months. Get your garden ready for nights spent hosting under the sun (and stars) with a space dedicated for relaxing with friends. Garden furniture, mood lighting and the latest in outdoor cooking, including barbecues and pizza ovens. Why not prepare for the worst and keep warm and dry with a sunken fire pit and umbrella. You’ll have a garden fit for spending time in, not only in those Summer months.
Hanging baskets serve the garden throughout the year, but there is no better time to start than Spring. Hang them from porches and fences posts, prepare them well and wait for them to bloom into life during the Spring and Summer months. Be sure to use good quality compost as plants that rooted in small spaces will need the only the best to get growing. Gain some motivation by the idea of creating a piece that is unique to you. With a combination of your favourite colours and smells, you really can design your very own hanging masterpiece.
Much of life is about preparing well and reaping the rewards later, the same goes for life in the garden. It doesn’t stop with smells and colours either, so why not create something to take into the kitchen? Take the time this Spring to lay the ground for your very own vegetable bed. So many fruits and veg thrive during the summer months, take this time to prep your garden so that your very own vegetation space can do too. Here are a few ideas of what to plant right now: Tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, sweet corn, onions and strawberries.
Remain fully prepared for English weather all-year-round with artificial grass. With a stunning and a natural look, artificial grass boasts various benefits for your lawn. Suffering from a lack of sunlight or drenched in too much rain water? Artificial grass provides the answer to many of our gardens flaws. Reduce allergens and pests from our gardens and provide a safer, clean and easily maintained space for your kids and pets. With a simple hose down (or rainfall) every so often, your garden can look good all year round with minimal effort.
There is nothing more refreshing than sprucing up your garden during the Spring months, this is the perfect time for a new garden project to transform your garden landscape. Take these ideas forward for your gardening motivation and keep ahead of the game this year. Each will help to bring new light and life to your very own space of sanctuary.