Are you looking to upgrade the quality of your outdoor space?
Outdoor spaces have become an increasingly important part of our lives, especially after the hardships of Covid and lockdowns. Many of us came to the realisation that our gardens lacked any real appeal and usability, which made those tough times even worse when we hadn’t kept our gardens in good shape or utilised its potential as an extra living space. We now want our outdoor spaces to be a welcoming and luxurious place and making much more use out of them than ever before. We want a haven where we can relax either on our own or with others,
Making our dull and basic outdoor spaces full of life, is a task that most of us now want to fulfil. The quickest and easiest way is to add an exciting centrepiece as a focal point.
All too often, we procrastinate on our winter garden jobs until we are ready to start planting again in the Spring. Here at Indian Fire Bowl, we are committed to keeping gardens usable all year round, so we have created the ultimate Winter garden checklist! It is easy to forget that cold weather does not only affect your plants, but that it can also negatively impact the structure of your soils, create hazards, and threaten wildlife. There are a number of simple steps we can take to not only prepare for Spring, but to also increase your safety.
Find our ultimate Winter gardening checklist here, along with an explanation of each task and the reasons they’re so important for your garden and its flora and fauna.
Need some help finding the perfect gift for your friends and family?
With Christmas on its way, we have put together a Christmas Gift Guide full of the perfect gift ideas for your loved ones. This year Indian Fire Bowls have been popular and loved by our customers, making them the ideal gift this year.
As we head back into normality with the summer sun just around the corner, we have analysed Tripadvisor review data to provide an expert guide on the top 30 UK gardens you and your family must visit this summer!
Just because summer is over, doesn’t mean that you have to pack up your gardening equipment for the year. There are a whole host of different flowers and plants that you can start to sow right now, in order to create a wonderful winter wonderland in your own backyard.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few months, you’ll be well aware of the novel coronavirus pandemic sweeping the globe; closing schools, offices, bars and restaurants for the last six weeks and forcing us to spend more time in our homes than ever before.
For many of us, the start of the year brings with it new ideas, plans and resolutions. Often topping that list is to finally re-do the garden. Whether this means you want to invest in some new garden furniture, like a rustic set of table and chairs or an authentic fire bowl to stay warm, or just finally get around to putting in some new plants, this is the year to do it.
Want to find out how gardening improves mental health? Gardening improves self-esteem by 30% - Reduces stress by 40% - Reduces stroke and heart attack risk by 29% - 93% of gardeners think gardening improves their mood. See the infographic for more facts!
Your garden is an extension onto your home and we’ve been lucky enough to be graced with a beautiful summer. We put time into maintaining and improving our gardens but it’s often not until you have people come around to see your beautiful garden, you realise it’s not the idyllic social space. We’ve gone through our favourite ways to create a sociable garden that your guests will love hanging out in.