Create eye-catching signage at garden centres with rainbow chalk liquid pens

Rainbow Chalk Liquid Pens provide a clean, colourful and easy alternative to chalk sticks and permanent markers for creating eye-catching and professional looking retail displays that can easily be updated.

With the first day of spring falling on Tuesday 20th March, its time to find the most beautiful blooms with longer days and lighter nights are finally in sight. When we think of spring we think of newborn lambs, hearing the birds begin to sing, and of course flourishing trees and colourful flowers.

Spring is finally in the air and it seems Brits are preparing to leave hibernation. With searches for gardening products at up 43 percent compared to last year, leading retailer Argos is tipping 2018 to be the year of the garden.

With a vast range of high-quality gardening gloves to choose from, including the UK’s bestselling gardening glove it is no wonder that Town & Country is the ‘go to’ company for discerning gardeners who value functionality, quality, and style.

Sunday 08 April has officially been named First Cut Sunday by the makers of UK gardening superbrand Flymo.

The outdoor power product manufacturer Husqvarna Group has identified that annually, the second Sunday in April is the most popular day for homeowners to dig the lawnmower out for the first time and get their gardens ready for the warmer weather ahead.

Building and timber merchant, Beesley & Fildes, has experienced a successful year of sales since taking on Composite Prime decking product, HD Deck Dual, and has forecast to the possibility of double sales within the next 12 months.

Whether you have acres of land, a modest balcony, or something in between, Forest Garden has the perfect product within its newly launched 2018 range to help you to create a beautiful outside space, that is on trend, practical and beautiful.

Town & Country will be donating 10 per cent of sales from the three new charity range of products: gloves, secateurs, and a gardening pouch to the UK’s largest breast cancer charity, Breast Cancer Now

It is recommended that being active for 20-25 minutes every day, including gardening, can help reduce your risk of breast cancer

After the recent cold spell, as the weather starts to improve, you might be thinking about your plans for the garden so now is the best them to start buying or gathering seeds. 

Below is a handy guide for using seeds to grow anything from plants to fruit and vegetables.