As the days become shorter and sunlight is near non-existent, it can be easy to forget your garden completely, leaving you with a exceptionally hard job when the warmer seasons roll around and it's time for gardening again.
Topsoil is a necessary ingredient to any healthy, thriving garden. However, many are unsure of the best way to lay it, or how much they need in order for it to do its job.
When considering the array of possible materials that can be used when redesigning your garden area, there are a lot of contributing factors to consider.
Many think that having a small garden leaves no room to be creative – with these tips, you'll soon see that creativity is exactly what is needed to make the very most of your small outside space.
As summer draws to a close and we welcome the early chill of autumn, your gardening routine will need to be tweaked a little to ensure that your outside space stays as beautiful as ever and is fully prepared for the cold months ahead.
So you've chosen one of our fantastic gravels or shingles to coat your new driveway - good choice! Before you commence with laying it though, it is important to consider the final appearance you desire.