Posts tagged Garden
Building a Pool? Ask Yourself These 5 Questions

Building a swimming pool in your backyard is a huge decision, one that involves an often daunting personal and financial commitment. That’s because once you’ve built a swimming pool, you’re going to be caring for it for many years. You don’t want to make this type of decision without first weighing all of your options. There are a number of questions you should ask yourself before becoming a swimming pool owner, including some popular ones that we will discuss here today

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Best for Hills: Walk Behind Or Stander (What Is The Best Mower?)

Would you like to move forward or stand your ground? This is a tough decision to make for many homeowners. Whether their ideal choice is a walk behind mower for better navigational control. Or a stander or stand-on mower for covering larger areas. The survival of the toughest is not so simple after all.

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Tips For Choosing The Best Material To Resurface Your Pool With

It might be time to start thinking about resurfacing your pool if your pool's surfaces have begun to show significant signs of breaking down. If you are looking to resurface your pool, there are a variety of things that you will want to consider when choosing the right materials. Below, we will be going over some of the key things that you should think about and consider when choosing the ideal material to use.

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Kids Tired? They'll Be Floating On Air When They See This Chair…

Latest from the Fatherhood Biz!  I thought that I would give all you folks in Everything For Dads Land the heads up about a fantastic new chair, for kids, called the Trono Kids which I discovered only this week! This is a great find for the summer travel season, and garden parties - and so I am going to explain why I am so excited about it!

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Elements Of Style In Designing A Family Garden

When designing your garden it’s important, as a dad, to accommodate the needs of everyone in your family. Children need their own play area which should be safe, while adults need a screened-off space to relax in privacy . Whether your garden is limited in size or you have lots of space to plan, designing your garden is an opportunity to let the artist in you shine.

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Creating a Relaxing Zen Garden

We all have such busy lives right now that it has never been more important that we all take the time to rest, relax and rejuvenate. There are many ways we can do this, from traveling to far-flung destinations, and visiting the local spa for a pampering session, to simply taking the time to sit back and smell the roses. However, to my mind, there can be few better ways to relax than in your own Zen garden.

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Keep Your Artificial Turf Fresh With These 5 Maintenance Tips

Anyone who dared to try adding an artificial turf to their backyard knows how much time and money this home improvement project can save. Not only does it cut the costs of reseeding, it requires far less maintenance as it needs no watering or mowing. But that’s not to say you can neglect your artificial turf completely. While the artificial turf will still be there even if you neglect it, maintenance will make it last much longer and look much better and as natural as possible. If you are looking to keep your artificial turf fresh, here are some easy maintenance tips to consider.

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What You Need To Know Before Growing Tobacco At Home

Regardless of you being a smoker or not, if you have been toying with the idea of growing tobacco at home, you’re in luck. While growing tobacco at home is legal in most parts of the world, selling is prohibited. Also, before you start investing time, effort and money...

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Lawn Care Tips And Seeding Decisions

Do you know how to spot a beautiful lawn? You know what one looks like, don’t you? It has a nice carpet of green grass that looks super smooth, perfect for acrobatics and golf and all the rest of it. So how come your lawn resembles a scene from a horror movie? Getting the perfect grass might require...

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Can I Install A Wood Burner In My Timber Garden Office?

If you’re lucky enough to have a log cabin garden office, there may be one thing missing to complete your home working idyll. Wouldn’t it be lovely to have a wood burning stove to keep you nice and toasty while you’re working?

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The Latest Log Cabin Lowdown: The Parent Pub At The End Of The Garden

Anyone who has young kids will know the days of spontaneously popping to the pub are well and truly over. Life is now a merry-go-round of cancelled dinner dates (you invited people over, but ran out of steam, or the also-parents you invited ran out of steam), take-away pizzas and...

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