Garden parties are the epitome of contemporary hospitality and entertainment. Popularity of these alfresco events has sky rocketed in recent times due to the simplicity of their organisation and the desired laid back and welcoming atmosphere. They can be adapted and themed for any occasion from birthdays to new year celebrations, and although there will be slight variations in decorations or design, a few common components remain the same. Follow these hints and tips to ensure your garden party is a success and the envy of all your guests.
- Setting up turf over your garden bed is a quick way to get a lush green lawn without having to wait for seed to grow into grass. With turf, you can get a beautiful new lawn instantly, which is a huge incentive for homeowners with small kids who don't want to wait weeks for grass growth. This commentary equips you with some vigilant efforts to make your garden turf ready.
- A very important part of the landscape contractors' kit is a ride-on or push lawn mower. Mowers are expensive to buy and replace so you'll want to make sure yours lasts you a long time and continues to work efficiently. In addition, downtime during the summer season can be costly. Here are some top tips to help your mower stay reliable and last longer. Fuel Using the wrong fuel in your mower can kill the carburettor very quickly.
- A concrete bird bath makes an attractive garden monument and can be a real feature of interest in your landscape, not to mention a magnet for thirsty birds during the hot, summer months. However, time and the elements can take their toll on the structure and minor damage can occur. Fortunately, small areas of damage and cracks can be repaired quite easily with a little time and effort. Here's how to repair minor cracks and dings to your feathered friends' spa!
- Landscaping your garden can take a lot of time and effort. If you are currently in the process of planning out the design of your garden, you may be wondering which type of plants will best create the look you desire while also protecting the environment. One option you may not have considered is the use of native plants. Native plants can bring many benefits to both you and the local environment in which you live.