Choosing the Right Product
We know how important your decision is and for you to choose the right product first time, in this section you will find resources, inspiration and guides all written by experts to help you to choose and make the right decision.
Greenhouse Help & Advice
We're proud of the specialist knowledge we have about our greenhouse ranges, hence why we offer valuable advice, guides and tips on many subjects from firstly choosing the best greenhouse for your needs to what to grow inside it on a month by month basis. Make the most of your growing space and improve your yields with our handy guides!
Shed Help & Advice
When you start thinking about how advantageous a shed would be, whether you're looking for a new one for added storage space or to upgrade an existing one it can be a little overwhelming with the hundreds of types, designs and sizes available. Our guides are here to help and advise you along the way.
Garden Storage Help & Advice
Whether it be the lawnmower and gardening tools, kids play equipment, logs for the fire or household items, garden storage is a much-needed accessory for any home to offer suitable storage for a wide variety of home essentials. Read up on our guides to help you make the most of your outdoor storage.
We have put together a few of our favourite websites, tv shows, magazines, events and contractors all to do with Gardening in the UK, we hope that these links are of use to you and can help you to choose the right product.
How To Create An Accessible Garden
Accessibility in the garden is an increasingly important consideration for manufacturers of garden equipment, we explore how some garden suppliers have addressed this issue.
Timber is an entirely natural product and no two pieces of wood are the same, which is why it is important to know what you are buying and what to expect. Now, imperfections and defects may sound like something to be concerned about but a natural product like timber can acquire certain attributes when growing such as knots, colour variants or grain patterns, which are in fact nothing to worry about 99% of the time.