A Dream Summer Garden

Summer might seem like a far cry away for most of you, but think how quick this year is going already! Before you know it the sun will be shining, and it will be time to make the most of your outdoor space. There’s actually so much you can do to make it a haven of fun and socialisation. The garden is there for you to enjoy, yet so many people prefer to spend their summers indoors. It might be because you don’t feel your garden is good enough, or it might be because that’s what you’ve always been used to. Well, we’re here to show you the garden doesn’t need to be this way. There’s so much you can do with it, and if you follow our tips below we guarantee you’ll fall in love with your open space again. Read on to find out more.

 

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Make The Space

 

This is a skill people lack the most in when it comes to the garden. It isn’t always clear what can be done to utilise the space outdoors. But one thing we know you’re going to love is an insulated patio area. The garden is no good to you if you don’t have a place to escape from the elements. An insulated patio area is created by an awning extension. The extension is then covered in insulating materials that gives you maximum temperature control. So if the area is too hot, it is a place to escape to find a bit of coolness. If it is too cold, the area should help keep you that little bit warmer, such as during the evenings. Another great idea is a little decking area away from the house, or even joined onto the house. They look lovely, smart, and create the space you so badly need. It can be used as an eating area for you and your guests, or even a cheeky sunbathing area. The wood attracts the heat, amplifying the power of the sun. For those avid sunbathers of you, this will sound perfect.

 

Make It Pretty

If you’re going to have people around, you want to make sure it looks as pretty as possible. The two options above will definitely achieve that for you, but there’s other ways you can make it more appealing. For example, an array of colourful flowers will not only look good, but will benefit the wildlife around you. There’s so many beautiful flowers you can choose from, and most of them won’t even require much tending to. All you need is a bit of space to plant, and some good soil to do so. We recommend lavender as one of the plants. Its relaxing properties add to the calm of the garden, and it helps attract the bees that badly need to pollen. If you’re looking to create an extra bit of shade, then there’s plenty of trees you can plant that will help you achieve that. Some of them blossom flowers which will only add to the aesthetics of your garden.

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