5 Easy Ways to Enjoy Your Garden During WinterNovember 28, 2018
Last modified: November 28, 2018Find yourself wondering how you could enjoy your garden during the colder months? In this article, we have put together five ways you could easily create a winter garden.
Winter is just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean your garden should be all gloom and doom. There are still a lot of ways you can maximise the use of your beautiful garden and turn it into the ideal winter garden despite the unpredictable weather.
Aside from preparing your plants for the next frost, you can also plan a fun garden party with your family and friends! We have some ideas for you to get out despite the chilly weather!
So, who says staying outside in winter shouldn’t be as fun as it in the summer?
5 Ways to Create a Winter Garden
1. Everyone Loves a BBQ Party
A BBQ party is undoubtedly a family favourite, so why not do it out in the winter cold? This 3 in 1 Multi-Purpose Brazier is perfect for that! You can use it as a BBQ grill, a fire pit to warm your evenings and toast marshmallows!
2. Cosy Outdoor Furniture
Take out some blankets and pillows to keep everyone warm and cosy while relaxing in these comfortable sofas. You can make the evening a fascinating stargazing event, a place to unwind after a long day at work, or even be the envy of your neighbours by creating the ideal outdoor cinema.
3. Take a Dip
Take the heat outdoors by creating the perfect outdoor relaxing area. By simply adding a hot tub into your garden you can be soaking in a hot bubble bath whilst gazing at your garden. This would definitely be an excellent way to spend time during the winter.
4. Spend Christmas in a Small Log Cabin
The BillyOh Nook is a compact yet stylish building that will perk up your limited space in the garden. Enjoy your garden dinner without worrying about the weather!
5. Appreciate the Little Things
Provide a safe place for birds this winter and watch them visit your bird feeder. Expect a wide range of beautiful birds hanging out with you while you’re having fun in your garden.