I love our garden and now it’s summer I love nothing more than sitting out in the evenings and making the most of it. An easy way to create a lovely atmosphere is by adding some lighting to your garden. Solar lighting is the easiest way to do that and I have been sent some fabulous KooPower Solar Lights that I am just obsessed with.Continue reading KooPower Garden Solar Lights
Just in time for summer, Get Out and Grow, is launching an incentive encouraging students to head outside and get planting, growing and learning about just where fruit and vegetables come from.
Why? Because according to a recent survey, 90% of children said that they would like a garden at school and at one primary school in Lincolnshire, a school garden made all the difference when it came to pupil’s behaviour.Continue reading Get Out and Grow launches school gardening kit giveaway
L loves all things Fairy. We have our own resident Fairy, Smiffle, he found us when we were on holiday at Bluestone in Wales last year and we built him a little door into our skirting board. We’ve since started to create a little garden area from him outside. So as you can imagine the My Fairy Garden sets are massively popular in our house.Continue reading Win A My Fairy Kitchen Garden
Sudocrem are working with Clifton and the charity Green Fingers to get kids into gardening. Where does Sudocrem fit in? Well they’ve launched a product called My Little Sudocrem which is perfect for little green fingers!! It’s soothing and ideal for treating skin exposed to the wear and tear of gardening. No wonder people call it the Swiss army knife of skincare.Continue reading Win A Get out and Grow Goody Bag
With Winter fast approaching most of us aren’t thinking much about our gardens, I’m certainly not, but now is an ideal time to fill a few planters for some winter colour. It’s quick, easy and makes an immediate difference. Stewart Garden have some wonderful planters to choose from and I have one to giveaway. Continue reading Win a Planter from Stewart Garden
Husband says no, but I think it’s a lot better. It’s been something I’ve been thinking about for a bit and I know a friend who has done the same. So what is your opinion? Is it ok to have artificial grass? Continue reading Is it OK to fake it?
It’s not often challenges are more pleasurable than getting to spend some time in the garden with my best boy. So I was really happy to join in with the Sunflower Growing Challenge from GBC Group.
GBC sent L and I a lovely little gift box with everything we needed to plant our seeds. Some fab little garden tools for L, plant labels, a measuring tape so we can see how high they grow and of course the seeds.
The weather is turning and like animals coming out from hibernation I’ve noticed my neighbours out in their gardens, starting to do the jobs they’ve been putting off and I am amongst them!
This year it looks like far more of the gardening will be falling on my shoulders so I have been eager to find a few things to make my life easier.
This plus that equals….my Spring wish list
Here’s the latest instalment in my series of posts all about what makes our lives here at home tick. This week is all about a few things I would like to get sorted now that Spring has sprung.
The one thing that I have always felt has been missing from our garden is a water feature. But with L I have to be careful over what I pick. It has to be a child friendly water feature. I have to have confidence it that. Of course I turned to Primrose, with such a wide range of stock they have never let me down.
We went for the Perth Square 4 Tier Solar Water Feature and Herb Planter by Solaray. At 42 x 39 cm it was big enough to make a statement in the garden but as it is currently on offer at £79.99 doesn’t break the bank.