Your essential summer garden makeover with Wyevale Garden Centres

Home is where the heart is and now is the ideal time for a garden makeover in time for summer. It makes financial sense to make your outdoor areas as luxurious and comfortable as possible: after all, a staycation is much better value and less stressful than a holiday elsewhere.

Garden makeovers are also essential if you are planning any parties. Celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and more at home and save £££s. Simply add some supermarket canapes and boxes of wine and you can entertain with ease.

We’ve recently discovered Wyevale Garden Centres and have fallen in love with their summer 2018 collection. They don’t just have a wonderful range of garden furniture: their website also offers tips to turn your green areas into an Eden-style paradise. We were particularly taken by the article on attracting wildlife to your garden, adding a safe haven for hedgehogs, bees, birds, even rare butterflies.

Who needs decorations when you have nature on your doorstep?

In terms of furniture, we’re obsessed with the Atlanta Day Bed Garden Furniture Swing Seat. It’s ONLY available at Wyevale Garden Centres and is a contemporary swing seat, suspended from a sturdy frame with manila rope, letting you relax in the complete comfort.

It’s an investment buy, priced at £1,199 – if that seems steep for a seat, why not ask other family members to split the cost? After all, you can all enjoy it in the summer months. The durable frame is weather and rust-resistant so there’s no need for you to store your swing when the weather turns chilly, so you’ll get enjoyment out of this all year round.

For alfresco dining a deux we recommend the fabulous Ashford Bistro Metal Garden Furniture Set in Matt Duck Egg Blue, £70. Or, if you prefer ratten furniture, check out the Canterbury range. The Canterbury Bistro Rattan Garden Furniture Set is weatherproof and durable, so will work for dining on your patio, lawn or in your conservatory.

Fact file

Wyevale Garden Centres was originally set up by Harry Williamson, a Herefordshire nurseryman and pioneer in the garden centre world, in 1932.  Find out more on their website: www.wyevalegardencentres.co.uk

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