- Posted: April 25, 2023Read more »
If you're planning a get together for summer, garden parties are a great way to take your celebrations outdoors and into the sun. Nothing beats tea and cake in the garden or prosecco on the patio. We’ve put together just some of the essential things you’ll need for your garden party planning!
- Posted: February 20, 2023Read more »
Spring is on the way and the weather is finally mild enough for us to get out in the garden again. If you’re stuck with where to start, we’ve created this handy checklist for you! It’s time to organise, tidy, plant and prune again – we can’t wait!
- Posted: November 08, 2022Read more »
With cold weather and fallen leaves, we’re ushering in the new season. If you’re wondering what else you might need to do in your garden, we’ve put together a list of things you can do before it gets too cold.
- Posted: September 12, 2022
- Posted: September 02, 2022Read more »
Whether you're enjoying a staycation this summer or planning a few get togethers while the weather is warm, solar garden lights are perfect for setting the right atmosphere on summer evenings. Solar garden lighting is one of the best features for your garden during times like these. As you chat and laugh your way into the evening, ornamental solar garden lights will beautifully light up your backyard. Here are 5 reasons we think solar garden lights are a must-have this summer!
- Posted: September 02, 2022Comments: 1Read more »
Summer is coming to an end and the UK is heading for autumn. After this summer’s intense heatwaves, our gardens may be looking a bit worse for wear. That’s okay, now we can start to prune away the parts that didn’t make it and set our garden up to come back stronger next year.
While the weather is still mild – and not too cold and wet! – we can begin preparing our gardens for winter. So, what should you be doing in the garden in September?
- Posted: June 13, 2022Read more »
The long-awaited sunshine is finally here! As we enjoy the great outdoors and family gatherings again, it’s also the perfect time to get out and relax in the garden. Whether you’re working your green fingers, digging up weeds and planting flowers, or you just want a picnic on the lawn, we’ve got something here at Garden Ability to help you make the most of your time in the garden this summer. Here are our top summer picks!
- Posted: May 26, 2022Read more »
It’s not long to go before the long-awaited Platinum Jubilee celebrations! Queen and country will be coming together to enjoy all the festivities, with many communities throughout the country putting on events for everyone to enjoy. It’s the perfect time to have a get together with all your friends and family. Here are 5 easy Jubilee party ideas to get the festivities started!
- Posted: May 06, 2022Read more »
The weekend is the perfect time to start preparing your garden for summer. Check out our list of things you can do in your garden while you have some free time this weekend!
Have A Tidy
Spring is ideal for maintaining your garden, it’s likely your garden needs a bit of TLC after the winter months. There are several jobs you can do to spruce up your garden in time for summer. Such as cutting the grass, weeding, pruning any overgrown foliage or washing the patio/decking. This will help to keep your garden looking tidy and ready for any outdoor activities.
Plant Summer Flowers
Flowers will brighten up your garden and give you something beautiful to admire over summer. There are a range of flowers that can be planted at this time of year that will bloom in time for summer. These include Sunflowers, Poppies, Primroses, Cornflowers, Sweet peas, Gladioli and Lupins. Always check the seed packets for the best time and place to plant your chosen seeds/bulbs. B
- Posted: April 22, 2022Read more »
Earth Day is a global event to demonstrate support for global protection. It started in 1970 and every year since then on 22nd April people take part in various events around the world to help to take care of our planet. For more information on Earth Day visit earthday.org