When autumn hits here at Tor Stone, our minds wander past winter and into spring because we love our gardens and can’t wait to see them flourish once more. If you’re like us and look forward to revitalising your outdoor sanctuary, then read on for some ideas on how to jazz up your garden come next spring.
As flowers die off, leaves fall and the colder weather approaches, we urge you to make the most of sunny mornings and afternoons in your glorious garden while you still can. Rake up dead leaves and get them composting; prune your flowers and shrubs and add mulch to protect them from frost and wildlife, and most of all – plan how you can invigorate your garden next year!
Here are a few suggestions from us:
Adding a water feature to your garden can dramatically change your focal point or subtly add to your existing dynamic. Be as ostentatious as you like with a lion fountain fit for a king, or keep it simple with the beautiful yet understated artichoke fountain.
The classic sundial is an incredible feat, years ahead of technology and still a feasible method of telling the time to this day. The addition of a stunning sundial to your garden is sure to intrigue and delight all who come to visit. You can even teach your children and grandchildren the age old way of time telling.
Stone Garden Trough
If you are struggling to reach your flowers at ground level, then it might be time to invest in a stone garden pot or trough. Not only are they easier to access, but they look stunning and keep your garden looking tidy and neat. They are much less hassle to maintain, too.
For those of you who want your garden to look more impressive, demanding the attention of passers-by, balustrading might just be the answer to your gardening dreams. Add a touch of grandeur to your garden in one easy step – we promise they’ll be a talking point.
If you’re more excited than ever to get out gardening again, then you’re in for a treat. We currently have 15% off all products as an autumn treat, so get browsing and see what takes your fancy. You never know, the garden you always dreamed off could be just round the corner.