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1 March 2011

Coming to the end of the winter blues, it's time for spring !

Winter is coming to an end and spring is upon us. With all the grim weather and all the snow we have had over the winter, warmer weather is on the horizon and now is the time to start thinking about preparing your garden for the spring season. If you are one of those people who love to spend some time in the garden then now is the time to begin your preparations and add them unique touches.

If your garden is in need of a little touch up just before the spring season starts then a few simple additions will go a long way to help you achieve that special look this year. The addition of a self-contained water feature or fountain is a brilliant way to add a unique touch to your garden. These are all very easy to install and require no additional plumbing. With the warmer weather just around the corner, what better way to relax over the weekend and admire your garden than sitting on a new garden swing? The addition of a garden swing or furniture would be a great addition to your garden a place where you can sit and relax and enjoy the view. Keep in mind that there will still be a chill in air so the use a patio heater will be very useful. Finally adding the final touches are key, small garden ornaments will set a larger garden feature off and help them stand out.

It is officially spring here in the UK in 20 days, so you should also begin to consider what plants and/or vegetables you are going to be planting. Here’s tips though, do not go rushing in with that post winter gardening itch and begin planting quite yet. However get out there and inspect all your gardening tools and if needs be then now would be a good time to purchase any new tools and equipment that you may need this year. It would also be a great idea to clean and organize your garden shed.

UK Water Features offers a range of water features, paving, aggregates and ponds for all your garden needs. 

Category: Water Features
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posted by UKWaterFeatures at 09:52