Making the Most Of Your Garden With Stairs Access

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When's the last time you stepped out in your garden? When we surveyed a number of people and asked this question, we got a lot of surprising answers. Overwhelmingly, we found out that the garden space is under-utilised.

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Five Common Garden Lighting Mistakes

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At last, temperatures are starting to rise and there's a definite feel of spring in the air. At this time of year, your thoughts might turn to your garden and any improvements you can make to ensure its shipshape for all those upcoming summer parties and barbeques. One great way to give your outdoor space a facelift is to introduce some lights.

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An Aerogarden Review

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Starting off utilising hydroponics might be quite daunting as depending on what you would like to produce there may be a great deal of information to gain. A pain-free and simple way to begin gaining knowledge in hydroponics and trying out whether it is for you is the Aerogarden.

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How To Make Your Garden Into A Summer Haven

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After March's hot weather, people are looking forward to the summer and wondering what they can do to make sure they make the most of the sunshine. Many gardens across the UK will have suffered the wrath of a cold winter, leaving plants dead and paving stones damaged.

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On Planning Compliant Log Cabins

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From late 2010, the local planning regulations in relation to our door structures were changed to include garden sheds, log cabins and summer houses. This was mainly due to the fact that in the the UK we have seen a lot of out-buildings being converted to illegal living accommodation - basically bits of sheds and garages have been turned into bed sits! Apart from being unsightly, they look down-right dangerous. Who knows if the wiring has been installed correctly or that the plumbing and waste water is not being dumped into some one else's property ? So to combat this blight on the landscape the local planning regulations were changed to try and make it simple to understand what you can and can not do with an outside structure such as a log cabin. Although it all sounds rather complex, don't worry it is not.

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The Different Types Of Lawn Mowers

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There is a huge selection of lawn mowers on the market, with a wide variety of sizes, types, and price ranges. There are lawn mowers for industrial lawn care and there are mowers for residential use.

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A Few Interesting Facts About Log Cabins

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It's often said that the simplest of things perhaps have the most stunning stories behind them. The same is proved true by the incredible tale of the log cabin.

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A Guide to Garden Fencing

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Whether it's keeping intruders out, or pets and children in, fencing has long been viewed as an essential feature of British gardens. In 1856, celebrated lumber baron, Henry Cleveland, declared that 'though the fence ranks among the minor matters of building, it is far from being unimportant.

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A Primer to Get You Started on Garden Decking

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Decking is a type of outdoor flooring structure commonly used in gardens. You will find decking is gardens of various sizes and in commercial properties as well as in residential gardens.

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Cleaning Up Our New Home Garden

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We recently moved into a beautiful old house in the downtown neighborhood of our city. The house is everything we were looking for, but it was built in 1905 so it has its share of problems.

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My First Attempt at a Kind of Farming

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"Farming" is the grand term we like to use for our first effort at growing a square-foot vegetable garden. My husband and I moved into our cookie-cutter home two years ago.

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How to Get Rid of Slugs from Your Garden

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Ugh! Slugs! Surely one of the grossest aspects of gardening. Not only are they slimy and yucky, but they will also eat your plants.

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The Beginning of My Gardening Odyssey

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Recently I stopped at a flower tent along side the road I was driving on. Not being in a hurry to get home I decided to stop and browse.

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Get Leftover Granite for Landscaping and Pathways

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My fiance used to work in the granite industry, and still has some friends doing that work. Sometimes we can get a lot of free leftover pieces, which we’ve been using in the garden for landscaping.

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Garden Centres

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Garden centres came into being about fifty years and originated in America. Before the concept caught on in this country we bought our plants from local nurseries.

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On Telecommuting From the Bottom of My Garden

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Being a telecommuter isn't for everybody, yet I would suggest that for those who have a career in a design-orientated area, do seriously consider doing your work from home if it's possible to do so. So, why? Creativity isn't a nine to five thing - you could be creative at anytime of the whole day, not just 9 to 5.

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Where are the gardening hotspots around the UK?

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Do you live in a UK city with optimum conditions for growing plants, fruit and vegetables and working in the garden? If so, read on. A new infographic from garden supplies and ericaceous compost retailer Compost Direct has analysed the various components of successful gardening to establish where in the UK is best for green-fingered gardeners. To find out how your city fared and more about the gardening hotspots, view the infographic in full. .

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