The Love Your Garden Team travelled to Durham for their latest project and Nathan James Dodd saw them use another Grange timber product as an integral part of the renovated garden
David Coton from GardenSite looks at the new urban and contemporary range of garden product launched by Grange for UK gardeners to zone their outdoor living space.
With many of today’s gardens tending to be smaller and increasingly overlooked, there is a growing consumer trend for creating different areas or ‘zones’ within the garden, in order to maximise space and usage.
Leading garden structures and fencing company, Grange offers a variety of solutions that separate sections of outside space, from Planters to Screens to Pergolas, making it the go-to company within this growing market.
'Defining your garden’ is at the heart of Grange’s philosophy and its extensive choice of products enables homeowners to do just that, no matter what their style or garden size.
The progressive ‘Urban’ collection features clean, sharp shapes, making it perfect for the more minimalistic gardener, whereas the substantial yet chic ‘Contemporary’ range offers a stylish addition to the garden.
Both collections feature attractive yet functional timber screens, arches and arbours. Used together, these stunning structures are the perfect way to create coordinated, private areas or they work equally well as eye-catching, standalone features.
Whether you are looking to create a focal point, walkway or functional ‘zone’, Grange’s comprehensive range of decorative garden structures and screens ensure that all gardeners and landscapers have a full range of attractive options.
With only a few months' training under her belt, GardenSite's own Flori Bosnigeanu took part in this year's Great Birmingham Run, raising over £500 for the city's Children's Hospital.
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Looking for some advice on how to decorate your garden for halloween? David Coton has some great ideas to help you create a horror themed garden to scare your neighbours and any trick & treaters who come to your door.
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