When it comes to home improvement, there is always a plethora of tasks to complete. However, some tasks should take precedent over others and some can often wait until later. Either way, the last thing you want to do it completely overlook any given home improvement-related task.
The following is a closer look at four of the most commonly overlooked home improvement tasks.
Gardening is a fantastic hobby to pick up, and it’s perfect as Spring is just around the corner! One reason that most people believe they can’t garden is the lack of space – most people assume gardening requires a mass amount of space. Although plants do require space to grow, a great remedy for your tight space is a raised garden bed! Not only are they aesthetically pleasing, they’re versatile, fun, and easy!
For the vast majority of the UK the thought to grow your own vegetables seems a formidable task that is bound to take up a large amount of time as well as energy. The long hours spent in your garden begin to wear thin with originality which means that many people give up. However, with the help of Suttons and Dobbies, who’re both premium seeds retailers, we can provide a list of the best fruit and veg to grow in your garden.
Spring Onions and Radishes
Both of these vegetables are able to be grown in a pot or in the garden, whichever you prefer! They’re both perfect for a fresh, tasty salad. The spring onion supplies a sweet yet sharp crunch and the radish adds a peppery taste to the spread. For the best results in growing your spring onions and radishes, wait until the end of Spring when there’s plenty of sunlight before planting your seeds.
It gets to this point in the year, where I look at the edge of the lawn and I feel a little disheartened at the thought of having to dig to make sure there is a good boundary between the grass and the fruit patch. The ground is often harder, which means extra effort in digging through the grass and soil to make it look tidier. I am limited for time this year so I was very interested in an easier solution for this.
Our plants arrived in a box that held them in place and kept them from being damaged in transit. S and H checked that the plants were ok and had a look at the different ones we’d chosen. For these, we were able to get three trays with twelve plants each tray, for £9. You will need to check the Homebase website for the latest deals.