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We all enjoyed watching our plants burst into colour and life over summer. But as winter puts the grass into sleep mode, now is the time to ensure everything, from the lawn to the fruit and vegetable patch, is ready for whatever the weather has in store.
As the garden beds down for winter, this is when you need to think about how and where to store your tools. Early morning mist, rain, snow, ice… harsh weather can be a very corrosive time for metal, plastic and rubber components.
The compact and agile STIGA Park front mower is a hugely versatile machine compatible with numerous implements that facilitate year-round use. Tools and accessories include leaf sweepers, scarifiers, flail mowers, spreaders, sprayers, lawn rollers, carts and edgers – the STIGA Park front mower really is an all-season workhorse!
We usually give our lawns a final mow during October or November and then leave them to fend for themselves through the bitter winter months. But what would happen if you were to spend a little longer preparing your outside space for the colder weather? Check out our tips below!
Autumn has finally arrived: days are getting shorter; nights are getting longer and the temperature’s dropping. So, what can you, as a gardening enthusiast, do right now? Get ready for winter, of course!
Pumpkins, ghosts and skeletons are perfect for transforming your garden into a truly terrifying space!
Faithful, playful and ready to defend its home, your dog needs both space in which to move, and areas where it can take refuge: in this article, we’ll help you understand what’s required to ensure your dog’s happy in the garden, without you having to forgo any outdoor relaxation.
For many gardeners, the month of August means the first step towards offseason. There are plenty of gardening tasks for this month, to keep your plants shining longer and you also have the chance to plan next season’s garden changes and tasks to be taken care of. Need a checklist?