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Your garden should be bursting into life by the first month of summer. Here are our top gardening tips for June to keep it looking its best.
More of a pleasure than a chore, terrace gardening can be highly therapeutic and is a great way to lose yourself and clear your mind of the stresses and strains of everyday life.
It’s a difficult time, one in which we all have to follow the guidelines in order to keep ourselves and others safe: the Coronavirus, which has been spreading pan-globally, has caused restrictions to be placed on our personal space and day-to-day freedom of movement. But for those of us fortunate enough to have a private garden, no matter how big or small, there’s still the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors in total safety!
Gardening is a great workout for the whole body, which is excellent news if the thought of daily gym sessions and frequent pavement-pounding doesn’t appeal.
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!
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?
Spending time in the open air is great for children. The fresh air is the best booster, outdoor activities keep them active and, last but not least, they usually love great outdoor spaces.
STIGA grass trimmers and brushcutters are both a great choice for edging and cutting your grass. Ergonomic, well-balanced tools, thant offer maximum comfort and efficiency to face your tasks. But what is the difference and how to choose the right tool for your needs?