Let's face it, when it's cold, it's very cold in the UK, so we're eager to take advantage of every small bit of sunshine that makes its way through the clouds. Spring is a great time to revamp your garden and make it ready for barbecue season.
Grass or Patio or Patio Grass
When renovating your garden, you could perfect the quality of grass or lay down a patio to give up grass entirely. How much time do you have to maintain your garden? Nurturing plants and greenery requires time, and if you have it, it's a rewarding process. However, if your lifestyle doesn't allow for the maintenance, a patio might be the better fit. Alternatively, if your lifestyle is too busy but you still long for that grassy look, you could lay down patio grass.
Fixing the Fence
Leaving a broken fence unattended can not only ruin the visual aesthetic of your garden, but also can run a security risk on your home. This should be a priority when renovating your garden so don't leave this until last.
Easy Grow Food
Want to go healthy this spring? You can not only plant beautiful flowers but also food: adding a fresh source right in your back garden. Here are some easy-to-grow fruit and vegetable options to add to your renovated garden.
It Begins with a Shed
The real DIY starts with a shed, that small DIY work space at the back of your garden or extra bit of storage. Many refer to a shed as "a man cave" as it can be that small retreat in the garden which shuts you out but keeps you close to nature. In 2012, a report concluded that having a shed could help men live longer by reducing their blood pressure and stress.
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