GETTING THE GARDEN SUMMER READY

The weekend has been glorious . It’s lovely the sun is now starting to come out and the girls love nothing more than to go outside and play in the sunshine .


We haven’t lived in this house long . If you have followed us for a while then you will know one thing I wanted when we moved was a big garden for the children and we definitely have that.

Although we have the garden we’ve always wanted it does need work to it and now the weather is that little bit warmer , we can now get out and get the garden ready for the summer .

Weve recently bought the girls some stuff to entertain them outside while we get working - the tuff tray, which honestly bring hours of fun, we’ve filled it up with water , sand - it’s so versatile. Nana and Grandad surprised them with a trampoline too so they have been bouncing away while we have been getting down and dirty.

My worst enemy - weeds! I can not stand weeds and getting rid of them was my number one priority . I think de weeding can transform your garden completely , and the garden actually looks ten times bigger now I’ve de weeded.

We’ve actually got a tool that gets into the nooks and crannies of pavement slabs to clear  the weeds out. It’s a brilliant little tool and cuts the job down by half as it is effortless.

We’ve got rid of the rubbish. I know I’m not the only way that stores the excessive recycling boxes in the garden. I’m sure we have more people living in this home that I don’t know about as we have so much recycling!

It tends to get stored in the garden and forgot about so we’ve cleared up all the rubbish and anything else that has been in the garden lurking around.

The patio desperately needed washing and the best thing for a good clean is a pressure washer . They are an absolute god send . The garden tool box is a UK shop that ifs full of different gardening tools. Ranging from lawnmowers to hedge trimmers. They have the biggest variety of products when it comes to your garden , as well as thousands of tips and tricks.

We love gardening and have found the garden tool website to be a great place to pick up some tips :) . We have just bought some strawberry hanging plants which the girls are so excited to look after so they can watch the strawberries grow :)

What’s the weather like where you are ? I’d love to know if you are in the process of getting your garden ready for summ! Bring on the sunshine :)

-This is a collaboration post

4 comments

  1. Good luck with the strawberries - the girls will love picking them. Are you planning to grow any other fruits or veggies?

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  2. Good luck with the strawberries. I'd love a little space to grow my own fruit and veg

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  3. We're doing our garden too at the moment, the garden has doubled in size since we reclaimed the borders from the trees that were spreading out haha. I find it so relaxing in the evenings cutting up all the big branches and having a bonfire.

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  4. I’ve still not sorted my garden for summer. It’s on my list of things to do. Looking forward to some more warmer weather as this week has been so grey.

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