With the arrival of spring nearly here, we thought it would be a nice idea to have a look at some of the fresh ways to celebrate new growth in the garden.
An outdoor space such as a garden or balcony is perfect to see the changes of the seasons. By taking care of our plants and inviting wild birds into the area, we can all enjoy the passing of winter.
The following tools and accessories available now at Dotmaison.
Keeping the Garden Watered
Wherever they are housed, plants and flowers need to be watered consistently. Regardless of what the weather is doing in terms of rain, it’s a good idea to monitor how much water your plants are getting.
Having access to a well-made watering can is fundamental to this important part of gardening. The above Stelton Original Flower Watering Can, 1.7L is ideal for looking after organics wherever they are.
Just as good for indoor flowers and herbs as outdoor one, the can brings a classic design from the 1970s fully up to date with the best production and materials. Made from corrosion-resistant stainless steel it is an ideal companion to valuable time spent in the garden.
Delight to the Sight of Wild Birds
Feathered friends can be kept happy with the addition of the above (and cover) Eva Solo Bird Bath. Perfect for offering birds a helping of fresh water to bathe in, the bird bath is produced in weather resistant ceramic. Held securely in place to a tree branch, the nylon cord ensures the bath is always ready for the next flying guest. Easy to clean with a damp cloth, the bird bath is sure to be appreciated by any avian who drops by.
Also from Eva Solo is the wonderfully realised Eva Solo Bird Shelter. Another great way to delight the local feathered friends, the shelter provides a space for birds to rest and keep dry. A practical place for them to nest is offered by the organic elements of the woven rush at the bottom. The strong and durable shelter is made from elegant weather-resistant porcelain. The strong suspension cord is easy to install outside. It provides a strong way to hold the shelter all year long.
Have fun in the garden this spring by looking out for all the changes in the garden!