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Inspirational Koi Ponds

Thursday, 30 August 2018 13:58:06 Europe/London

Are you looking for interesting ways to elevate the look and feel of your garden area? Perhaps you are interested in having a nice spot where you can admire the beauty of natural aquatic life. Then a Wooden Koi Pond might be a fantastic option for you. Similarly, if you are looking to give the exterior of your property a focal point that holds it all together, a well-constructed and attractive koi pond can do that.

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Posted in Ponds By Garden Paradise

Urban Gardening in a Raised Bed

Wednesday, 15 August 2018 14:53:16 Europe/London

Whether you have a large garden in your home or have a flat with only a patio, you can carry out successful gardening using wooden raised garden beds. You can place these beds anywhere, provided the space is exposed to sunlight for six to eight hours a day. And, of course, if the raised bed is meant for a shady area, you should select your plants accordingly.

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Introducing the Sand Pits for Schools campaign

Monday, 6 August 2018 10:02:38 Europe/London

Here at Garden Paradise we know that sandpits are a great toy for children to enjoy. Not only in their homes, but also as a part of their school. Sandpits are great for a variety of reasons, they encourage co-operative play, they are an outdoor toy and of course, they are sensory too. Not only this but sandpits are also fun. Which is the best part of all.

Unfortunately, for schools, budgets can be tight, which means that it can be difficult for them to raise the funds to invest in things such as sand pits. This is why, here at Garden Paradise, we developed the Sand Pits for Schools campaign. Recognising that sometimes schools simply need a helping hand to raise funds, we have put together a scheme that helps these schools and the children that go there.

Our Sand Pits for Schools campaign

Buying a sand pit for your home is a great investment. It gives your child a reason to head outside to play and will give them hours of fun, whilst you can relax and enjoy a cup of coffee watching them play. Sandpits are also incredibly easy to look after and maintain, particularly if you buy British made, high quality sandpits that are designed to last. We also stock the covers that keep your sandpit looking clean, neat and tidy for as long as possible.

Here at Garden Paradise, we have decided to make our sandpits an even more tempting choice for parents to buy. All thanks to our Sand Pits for Schools campaign. Schools across the UK can sign up for this campaign by visiting www.sandpitsforschools.net. Once signed up the school will receive a cash back code, which is worth 5% of any sandpit purchase that is made with the code.

The school then shares this code with the parents of the school, using the school communication tools and social media. Advising the parents that if they buy any wooden product from our website, then the school will receive a 5% donation of the cost towards buying their own sandpit or as a cashback for their own funds.

To further promote this, schools can also order tailor made brochures, which will then be sent out to them, ready for them to put in the children's book bags, for the parents to read.

A recent donation

As well as our campaign to help more schools to secure sandpits for their children, we also have donated one of our wooden sandpits to Pebsham Primary Academy. The children were incredibly excited to see their latest toy, and we were so happy to see them jumping straight in and playing with the sand.  After all, this is the main reason that we design and manufacture our wooden sand pits in the first place.

Want to know more about our campaign, or perhaps want to know more about buying one of our wooden products for your garden? Why not check out our website and learn more about our British made, high quality, wooden ponds, raised planters and sandpits. We have square, rectangle and octagonal shapes to fit into your garden space www.sandpitsforschools.net.

Posted By Samantha Tuffnell

Pond care tips throughout the seasons

Thursday, 19 July 2018 11:07:40 Europe/London

Want to ensure your fish and pond are happy and healthy? Here are our top tips for pond care throughout Summer/Spring and Winter/Autumn...

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Posted in Monthly Tips Ponds By Garden Paradise

How to plant flowers in a wooden raised bed

Wednesday, 6 June 2018 11:45:38 Europe/London

How to get creative and plant gorgeous flowers in your wooden raised bed...

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Posted in Monthly Tips By Samantha Tuffnell

Coast or City? The right plants for your garden...

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 11:05:22 Europe/London

Are you creating your dream garden? If you live by the sea or in the city, here is our guide to ensuring you choose the right plants...

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Posted in Gardening By Garden Paradise

How to quickly create a stylish sensory garden

Wednesday, 18 April 2018 10:18:07 Europe/London

Do you know the benefits of a Sensory Garden for children? Learn how you can create your own...

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Posted in Gardening Monthly Tips By Garden Paradise

6 Great Plants for a Small Pond

Wednesday, 14 March 2018 13:35:59 Europe/London

Does your pond look a little bare? Plants could really transform your pond. They are not only aesthetically pleasing, they can also be vital to the health of your pond. Here's 6 great plants for small ponds...

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Posted in Gardening Monthly Tips By Garden Paradise

Gardening Jobs to do in February

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 11:55:53 Europe/London

Wondering if there’s any gardening to do in February? If you’re itching to get outside, don’t worry, there are some important jobs to be getting on with...

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Posted in Gardening Monthly Tips By Garden Paradise

6 Spring Gardening Tips - Get your Garden ready for Summer!

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 09:40:15 Europe/London

It’s that time of the year again where the cobwebs are blown off the gardening gloves and making multiple trips in one day to the garden centre becomes a weekly occurrence. Spring is when most of the hard work has to be done in order for your garden to bloom and look stunning in the warmer months through to Autumn.

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Posted in Monthly Tips By Samantha Tuffnell
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