More Thatched Gazebos Articles With Brits seemingly having less time to carry out all the gardening work that is needed to create the perfect outdoor space, one firm has suggested a few ways to cut down on the effort.
According to Ronseal, the forthcoming Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Chelsea Flower Show could inspire homeowners to invest in their green spaces.
However, it added that improving the garden may not mean having to spend hours getting your hands dirty.
Instead, a quick tidy up can make a world of difference, with a spokeswoman suggesting that a shed or storage boxes could prove very useful.
"Container planting is a great way to turn a paved area into a green oasis," she said.
"Opt for sturdy, hardy perennials like hardy buxus, choisya 'aztec pearl' and dwarf rhododendron, ivy, bay or small conifers."
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show is due to take place in London from May 25th to 29th.
Posted by David Webb -
21 May 2010
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