They’re a great addition to your outdoor space but how much does it cost to build a gazebo? Get the lowdown on building materials, size, shape, roofing and flooring costs.
Nature has designed many climbing vegetables and fruit from beans to fruiting squash. Read on to see which vegetables will benefit from using trellis and why to use it.
Most wisterias can grow up to 20 metres high and expand to approximately 10 metres wide. Find out how to trellis these vigorous climbers and be rewarded with spectacular blooms.
Are you thinking of installing a fire pit with some comfortable seating options around it? Fire pits can be a fantastic addition to your outdoor space if done correctly.
Which type of layout will suit your garden best? Each choice has its own pros and cons. Learn more about garden layouts and how to plan a successful garden.
This climbing vine needs sunshine, rich soil and some support as it climbs. Read on to see how you can provide the best trellis for clematis.
Selecting a trellis for honeysuckle is important to keep the plant tamed. Here’s everything you need to know to select the best trellis for your honeysuckle.
Trellis is a support we use for climbing plants such as vines and roses and its use dates back centuries. Let’s take a look at trellis round the world…
Climbing roses look stunning. To help you enjoy your garden, read on for tips and tricks for selecting a trellis and training your climbing rose.
Thinking about installing a trellis in your garden? There are many potential locations for it. Mounted on a wall, in or at the back of a planter, behind a sitting area as a privacy fence, in your vegetable garden as a support for plants—you can always find room for a trellis in your garden. That […]
There are garden furniture cushions marketed as water-repellent and mould-resistant. But does this mean you can always leave them outside? Find out which garden cushions can be left outside and for how long.
Growing beans in your garden? Let’s look at the most commonly grown bean varieties that need the support of a trellis and the best time to trellis them.
Why build a trellis you ask? If you’ve been shopping for one, you saw how overpriced they are. So here’s how to build a trellis for half the money.
Raised bed gardening can make a cluttered garden look tidy, or create depth in an empty space. Read our tips for raising your garden beds!
Restore your work-life balance with an outdoor workspace – check out these stylish and practical garden office ideas to inspire you!
Whether it’s an arrangement of plants or an architectural structure, having a garden focal point is what gives your landscaping purpose.
Do you wish it was a little easier to get your fitness fix? These garden gym ideas will make exercising at home better than ever.
Wondering how to build a low maintenance garden deck? It’s easier that you might think!
Are you suffering from #WisteriaHysteria? Learn more about this beautiful plant and find inspiration for growing it in your own garden.
When you’re a kid, there’s nothing more exciting than owning a treehouse. It’s your one true sanctuary to let imagination run wild with toys, books, games and friends.
A summer in lockdown has produced a slew of blog posts and photo feeds from people sharing their garden bar ideas and taking the initiative to make them a reality.
Building a gazebo is one of the easiest ways to improve your garden, creating an attractive focal point and somewhere comfortable to hang out.
Take a look at some of the most beautiful garden playhouse ideas, from simple-but-stylish sheds to elaborate multi-storey designs.
Concrete is an incredibly versatile construction material that can bring all kinds of surprising style to your garden design.
At Garden Patch, we’re keen to be outside as much as possible, as I’m sure you are too! Getting your garden heating right is essential for relaxing in your garden over winter.
There’s a growing trend for unique, handmade furniture – often the result of DIY projects. What’s the best material for these rough-and-ready builds? Well, more often than not, it’s the humble pallet.
If you’re serious about hosting and love to cook in different environments, there’s really no comparison for the perks that an al fresco kitchen can bring.
Is there any better way to relax at the end of a long day than to curl up in a swinging chair, or lay back in a hammock? Let me answer that for you – no, there isn’t.
No matter how many bins you’re juggling, we’ve got garden bin storage ideas to help you out. Whether you want to hide bins, camouflage bins or just make them prettier – you’re covered.