Although originally made for those with specific needs in mind, everyone benefits from a sensory garden. By designing your garden to appeal to each of your five senses, you can create a relaxing atmosphere for you and, particularly, your children to enjoy. Here are 6 Tips for creating a sensory garden for your kids.
Having a garden is great for family life, it gives the little ones somewhere to run around in and you somewhere to relax in. The one thing about gardens is that over time they get messy, things break and get old and they become generally in need of updating.
In the depths of a dark winter, with temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, summer may seem too far in the distance to contemplate. However, now is the time to start your preparations to make sure it is tip-top in time to get the most out of your garden this summer. With perfect planning and development, you’ll get a much longer season too so don’t delay!
When the weather changes, many people have a tendency to batten down the hatches and stay put inside until the Spring bulbs start popping. It seems such a shame not to enjoy your garden during the winter months, so here are a few ideas about how you can try.
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When the weather is nice, or even just dry, getting everyone outside, working together to blitz the garden can be both productive and lots of fun. Here are a few ideas.
Your outdoor space has a lot of potential. If you haven’t started maximising the use of your outdoor area, you’re definitely missing out on a lot of things. To start your home improvement project, think about what you wish to achieve.
Gardening is an excellent way to teach your little ones some new practical skills, as well as boosting their immune system and giving them some extra sunlight after school.