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All Things Wild and Wonderful

  • 30th May 2016

Being house and garden proud is admirable, but in this day and age, there simply isn't enough time in the day to work full time, look after the kids, have a semblance of a social life, go to the gym and have a home and garden that look perfect all the time. And that's okay, but there is an...

Inspired By – Artificial Lawns in the Workplace

  • 26th May 2016

Anything that increases office productivity is a win in most people's book, and tweaking the work environment's appearance is a great way to flex your creative muscles to make an innovative and engaging environment to boost staff morale. Here are some of our favourite uses of ...

Moving Home (and Garden)

  • 18th May 2016

  Moving from rented accommodation and becoming a home owner is a big step for anyone making their way in life. Similarly, leaving behind one home for another and starting afresh can be just as daunting - and exciting, too. Moving home is the perfect chance to rid yourself of the clutter...

Garden Meditation

  • 13th May 2016

To meditate is to think deeply, and to think deeply we all need a little peace and quiet. With a house full of kids, their friends, toys and pets - as well as chores building up and the TV and computer vying for attention, it can often be hard to find solace in the home. We can't all live with...

Pack a Picnic for British Sandwich Week

You may or may not know that 8th - 15th May is British Sandwich Week, but we thought we'd let you in on the news, anyway. That's right, one whole week dedicated to celebrating that nation's favourite food-to-go. Versatile and as simple as you like it to be, the humble sandwich is a staple for...

Kent – The Garden of England

  • 3rd May 2016

The South-East of England is known to be one of the driest and warmest parts of the country, which makes for perfect gardening. This is supported by the fact that there are some 180 gardens open to the public in Kent alone; pretty impressive, indeed. Henry VIII was so impressed with the fruits...