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Spring Awakening

21 March 2014

On  March 30th at 1AM, the clocks finally go forward. If you haven’t already, this officially marks the time when your attention should shift from inside the house to outdoors in the garden.You’d be forgiven for making the most this early flourish of spring and much needed sunshine for a bit of chilled outdoor relaxation but do make the most of these early days. It’s getting to that point when you’ve got to throw away the wooly gloves for the gardening variety (why not try this stylish pair of gardening gloves, from our new Joules and Garden Trading range) and get right back on green finger duty!


Like it or lump it, the clocks are going forward. Fortunately the brazen theft of an hours sleep is balanced by the lovely extra hour of light that will accompany the warm, balmy evenings. Make the most of these blissful hours by making sure that your garden’s looking great for the coming months ahead, we’ve got some lovely Planters that can really play a wonderful supporting role in the overall aesthetic of any garden, courtyard or balcony. The Rattan Planter is perfect for bright brilliance of spring bulbs whilst the Vence Planter is more suited to small hedges or shrubs. Even though there’s an extra hour, make sure that you don’t lose track of time and miss the first half of Downton with this suave, retro Outdoor Clock. 



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