When you think of an attractive garden there are certain things you associate with most gardens. Most people go for the normal garden accessories, but you don’t want your garden fitting in do you? No, you want to stand out, it’s okay to be quirky. When it comes to garden designing, all these garden accessories […]
If you want to enjoy the hobby of gardening, plantation and other garden maintenance needs, then for this you need to get your hands on these must have gardening tools. There are no shortage of accessories and tools out there, however, there are some essentials that must be kept in mind. For tools to apparel, gardening […]
With each passing year, artificial grass gains more traction and popularity in the UK. Once seen as an inferior substitute to real grass, the material has since won over home-owners and sports facility managers with its versatility, resilience, and minimal need for maintenance. Even still, all these qualities will only be appreciable in full if […]
Now, with winter upon us, there are a few garden maintenance tasks that are perfect for getting sorted at this time of year – and refreshing or installing new garden decking is one of them! Whist you might think this sort of home improvement and construction task is best left for the warmer months of […]
Growing vegetables during the winter may seem to be a challenging task, but provided that the right conditions are maintained, the cool temperatures will guarantee a continued growth of the veggies. Vegetables grown during the winter season will produce earlier crops than those grown in the spring. There is a variety of vegetables that are […]
Wild rabbits can be a real problem for you and your garden if they get in, because they are often underestimated until they are wreaking havoc in your flowerbeds and shrubbery! Rabbits are known to destroy gardens in hours – that’s right, these cute and fluffy things can be royal pest! That’s why it’s good […]
As the winter season approaches, you are probably thinking of how to make your cherished garden ready for the coldest months of the year. To help you out, we here at Kite Landscapes are happy to provide you with some smart tips that you can use to maintain your garden for winter.
A raised garden bed is generally a large planting box that offers good soil drainage, protection from pests and easy access to crops. It not only boosts vegetables above potentially waterlogged grounds but also turns your backyard into the perfect environment for farming your own crops!
Winter is the season when your garden is ‘put to bed’. Growth nearly stops, and most plants lie dormant. Your lawn needs much less attention than in other months, but some thought still needs to be given to its needs, to avoid unnecessary damage and to ensure it survives winter in top condition.
As the summer comes to an end and the temperatures change, one of the things that you should be focussing on is making sure that your lawn is ready to face the cooler weather. Whilst this may sound like a lot of work, all you need to do is follow a few tips that will save time and money later in the year. Here are some useful ideas to help you prepare your lawn for the winter.