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We are looking into what the British public do with their fences and want your feedback. Do you spend your days gossiping over the fence with your neighbours or do your best to avoid them? Take our short survey and tell us what you get up to for your chance to win a corner trellis planter or a five-tier mini greenhouse*. Terms and Conditions This competition is for UK residents only. You must be over 21 years old to enter this competition. Deadline for prize draw entry: midnight of Monday 19th September

It’s giveaway time again here at Buy Fencing Direct! We’re hosting the giveaway over on our Buy Fencing Direct Facebook page To be in with the chance of winning this excellent 5 Tier mini greenhouse, all you need to do is – ‘LIKE’ our Facebook page, ‘LIKE’ one of the competition posts and then ‘SHARE’ the post on your own wall for your friends to see. Deadline is Monday 8th August at midnight and the winner will be announced the following day –Tuesday 9th June. GOOD LUCK everyone!   Terms and Conditions: This competition is for UK residents only.

With summer just around the corner, gardens can often need a bit of TLC and part of that is making sure that your fences and garden structures are looking great. Over winter, it is quite common for garden fencing and structures to take a bit of damage from the weather, so if you are looking to replace any of your existing items be sure to check out these products below. The best garden fencing and structures 1. Chestnut brown pressure treated featheredge panel in 6×6, 6×5 and 6×3 Create a

It’s giveaway time here at Buy Fencing Direct and as Spring has finally arrived we want to encourage you to get out in your garden! Spending time outside is such an important part of spring. The chances are your garden will need a bit of sprucing up after winter, so to make sure you enjoy your time outside and get your garden organised we are hosting a fantastic competition! The competition prizes We are giving away an excellent gardener’s prize bundle consisting of: Solar Shed Light Seed Packet Organiser Log Gobbler

The Met Office reckon it’s spring but the thermometer in the greenhouse is still telling me it’s winter! Minus 2 degrees Celsius inside a cold greenhouse equates to minus 4 degrees Celsius outdoors (non scientific but I reckon it’s close!). All of this means the electrician running cable to my own greenhouse better get the job done pretty quickly (first Saturday in March according to his latest text!). While I wait to be connected, and as he rolls out that all important armoured cable, there’s plenty to be doing in

Robin Redbreast may be the best-known creature to live in our gardens during the winter months, but he’s not the only one. Winter wildlife includes a host of birds, animals and insects who all rely on our finely manicured gardens to survive the colder months. You can make the most of your garden so that you can see some wonderful winter wildlife and also do your bit to help keep them safe and well until the spring thaw comes. Whether it’s providing food or ensuring that they have somewhere to

Being the largest flower show in the world, the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show offers the visitor a wonderful variety, year after year, as can be imagined. Between the 30th of June and the 5th of July this year, some breathtaking displays were on offer, talks were held and ideas passed on to anyone interested in creating a garden, or improving on an existing one. Being awarded the Garden Event of the Year Award, the prestige of this show is unmistakable. Themed Zones Exceptionally well planned, the showground comprises themed

This year’s edition of the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show is the 25th instalment of the show, which will be accompanied by several themed events to help mark the silver anniversary of the event. Visitors can expect floral themed shows along with walks through historic gardens, and even a scarecrow display celebrating past inceptions of the pivotal accessory. The show’s highlight is undoubtedly the rose display where visitors will not only be able to come into contact with some of the most well-grown roses in the United Kingdom, but

The 2015 RHS Chelsea Flower Show has come to a close. It has long been said that no one takes gardens as seriously or does them as well as the English and once again the RHS Chelsea served as a testament to that fact. As always the show offered inspiration to home garden enthusiasts, and no doubt humbled a few of the more puffed up amateurs as well. For those whose gardening is best undertaken with silk flowers, the show which seemed to have an unofficial sustainability theme, provided a

The guiding principles to inspire, involve, inform, and improve are at the core of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). Founded in 1804, it is the goal of the RHS to be the world’s leading garden charity. It is the vision of the RHS to make the UK a greener and more beautiful place, enriching the lives of everyone through plants. Those people in the UK involved and interested in gardening and horticulture are the primary beneficiaries of the activities of the RHS, although the activities promote and benefit gardening for

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