“We never know the worth of water till the well is dry.” Water conservation is an increasingly important topic in our shrinking world, but one which isn’t always taken as a number one priority in the unsettled climate of the UK! I think this needs to take precedent because gardens are the backbone of […]
This entry was posted in Automatic Watering Systems, Blog, Gardening Guides, Plant Pots and Hanging Baskets, Water Saving on July 9, 2014.
The weather is fine and you are unable to spend time watering your precious plants – perhaps on holiday or just away for the day? How can you be sure enough water is reaching your plants to ensure their growth and well being? There are two products to consider: Soaker Hose It looks just like a […]
This entry was posted in Automatic Watering Systems, Blog, Flower Beds/Hedges, Gardening Guides, Vegetable Patches on May 13, 2014.
Long gone are the days of running a length of green garden hosepipe through an open kitchen window, just to get your flowerbeds watered. These days we’ve come to realise that convenience is one of the most important functions of any piece of gardening equipment. The common garden hose was once the harbinger of wet […]
This entry was posted in Blog, Garden Hose Trolleys and Reels, Gardening Guides on April 29, 2014.
So the clocks go forward on March 30th this year, signalling the end of walking home in the dark. It’s a great feeling when you start arriving home and there is a bit of light left in the day. It’s the sign of good weather around the corner, barbecues in the garden, and family get […]
This entry was posted in Blog, Gardening Guides, Miscellaneous on March 19, 2014.
As you may already be aware, we have recently began selling our two largest kits to date, the 130m² and 200m² Claber Lawn Watering Kits. We have already reviewed the 50m² Watering Kit, so rather than a second review I thought it would be more handy explaining the differences between the systems and what that […]
This entry was posted in Automatic Watering Systems, Blog, Gardening Guides, Lawn Watering, News on March 5, 2014.
Your living room is spotless, the kitchen reorganised, and even the kid’s rooms are tidy with everything in its proper place. But now the hard work begins – The garden shed. Home of not quite broken toys, never-used tools, and an endless supply of half empty aerosol cans and paint tins. It is the last bastion of clutter that year after year remains undefeated. Whatever the reason there are some very simple steps you can take to ensure that the garden shed is restored to its original state and remains a hazard free environment.
This entry was posted in Blog, Gardening Guides, Hozelock on February 26, 2014.