Posted: January 21, 2022
January may seem like a dormant month: it’s cold, miserable, and overall, pretty grey. Brighten up your garden with some flowers, vegetables, and fruits, which can all be planted under glass or under cover in preparation for the warmer weather! Your garden will be bountiful and beautiful in no time!
Posted: January 14, 2022
Your garden may not be the place you want to spend the most time in during winter, but it doesn’t have to look drab and grey. Even if the weather isn’t the warmest, or the driest, your garden can still be something lovely to look at through your kitchen window! Plus, you can use this time to get your garden ready for the first glimpses of spring, which isn’t that far away.
Add some solar lights
Possibly the most literal way to brighten up your garden, solar lights are an easy and eco-friendly way of brightening up your outdoors. Whether they’re tucked away in the darker corners of your garden, dotted amongst your flowerbeds, or hung on your fence, they’ll bring a lovely dose of light while the days are short and dark.
Give a small tree a home
Liven up your doorstep or walkway with a small tree or shrub! They can be in a pot or planted directly
Posted: January 07, 2022
For those of us who love gardening, it can be hard to enjoy this hobby in the winter months. However, why not set yourself some new year’s resolutions to try and stick to this year – they’re fun to do, and you don’t even have to start some of them for a few months! We’ve come up with a few ideas to help you along and start getting ready for all the gardening you’ll be doing in 2022!
Posted: December 31, 2021
With only one day to go, there isn’t long until we welcome 2022 with open arms. Whether 2021 has been good or bad, it has definitely been a year to remember!
We would just like to thank you for your support and custom throughout this year. We really appreciate it – without you, there would be no Garden Ability. We would like to wish all of our lovely customers a very Happy New Year to you and yours, from everyone here.
We’ll see you in 2022!
Posted: December 24, 2021
Merry Christmas! In under 24 hours, we’ll be waking up with our families and celebrating Christmas properly. Here at Garden Ability, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the best for the festive season. We’ve had a brilliant year, and we couldn’t have done it without you!
Grab your Santa hat, pop on some Christmas tunes and get yourself a mince pie – Merry Christmas!
Posted: December 17, 2021
After Christmas, when the decorations are coming down and the festivities have been put to rest for another year, it can be hard to know what to do with your bare Christmas tree. A focal point in your house for almost a month, it’s now redundant, and the sad sight of Christmas trees piled up at the tip or outside people’s houses is only too common. However, instead of discarding your hardworking tree this year, why not put it to good use?
Posted: December 10, 2021
If you come across a sick or injured animal, it can be hard to know what to do. Wild animals can be unpredictable and dangerous, especially in vulnerable situations, so make sure that you follow this advice when approaching them to try and help.
Posted: December 03, 2021
With Christmas fast approaching, it’s getting more and more important to be on top of your Christmas shopping! Do you have someone in your life who loves gardening? Luckily for you, we’ve found five of our best presents for the gardener in your life! No matter the budget or the person, there is something for everyone.
Posted: November 26, 2021
As Christmas rolls around, it’s an expensive time of year for a lot of people! To help you out, here at Garden Ability we have been scouring our website for the best deals, and we’ve narrowed it down to our 5 favourites! Snap these deals up while you can – once they’re gone, they’re gone! Make sure to enter code GA147 at checkout to claim your discounts.
Posted: November 19, 2021
Winter is always assumed to be the quietest time for gardens, with not much flowering or sprouting as the weather gets colder. However, there are some gorgeous plants that come to life in the depths of winter, and really bring life back into your garden. If you want to brighten up your outdoor space, but you’re not sure where to start, here are five plants you can get to inject some winter colour into your garden.