Free Delivery on all Orders     |     061-970100     |     info@homeandgarden.ie

Managing your Lawn for Autumn

When it comes to lawn care, autumn is an important period. Since there are a lot of tasks to cover, we advise you to distribute your time accordingly, so you can spare yourself the stress.

This means starting early and making sure you dedicate enough time to doing each task the right way. This guarantees that the lawn grass will benefit to the fullest from your autumn maintenance.

(more…)

By |2021-08-12T09:39:29+01:0011/08/2021|Home & Garden|0 Comments

Top Tips on how to keep your garden Low Maintenance

You’ve always desired a lovely outside place, but you’re not a natural gardener? Or perhaps you simply don’t have the time? Or maybe you just don’t care for gardening? It’s no problem! You can still have your ideal garden without having to devote countless hours to its upkeep. You’ll be able to enjoy the outdoor living space you’ve always wanted with these low-maintenance garden ideas.

(more…)
By |2021-08-04T11:22:36+01:0004/08/2021|Home & Garden|0 Comments

How To Get a Perfect Edge on your Lawn

Edging is the final step to complete lawn perfection. It’s the frosting on the cake, the finishing touch to the ideal attire. Keep the edges neat, no matter how messy the rest of the garden is or how much work the lawn itself needs. Everything will look a thousand times better.

Start by sharpening and redefining the lawn’s edges using a half-moon edger in the spring, especially because they will have grown shaggy over the winter. If you need to, you can use these clippings to help cover holes and bare patches in the rest of the lawn. Once you’ve redefined the edge, you should only need to use a pair of long-handled edging shears once a week or once every two weeks to maintain everything neat and clean.

(more…)

By |2021-08-03T17:01:03+01:0030/07/2021|Home & Garden, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Surviving a Hosepipe Ban

In the case of a summer heatwave, families in Ireland could be forced to turn off their hosepipes as has happened this July. Due to a lack of rainfall and increased demand for water, supply reservoirs are lower than necessary. Especially during the hottest months of the year. The Irish Government is likely to implement a hosepipe ban as a result of this, bringing water consumption closer to winter levels.

(more…)

By |2021-08-04T11:25:51+01:0019/07/2021|Home & Garden|0 Comments

Title

Go to Top