An air compressor can be a godsend if you need to do a lot of small jobs at home or in any factory. But all air compressors are not created equal, so you need to take a close look at your needs so you can get what you want in no time. Continue reading
Hedge trimmers, also known as bush trimmers are gardening tools that enable you trim your garden, flower beds and fences. There are different types of hedge trimmers. The manual scissor-shaped trimmers are cheapest and easy to operate. Motorized trimmers are of two categories; electric hedge trimmers and gas powered trimmers. They operate in the same mechanism as finger- bar mowers.
Swimming pools are among the entertainment facilities people use in their day-to-day life. While constructed at homes for use by family members and friends, they save the cost and time that would have been spent by getting similar satisfaction from elsewhere. Construction a pool is nullified if good maintenance practices are not put in place. Continue reading
Trees are beautiful things to have in the garden, but we don’t all have the space. Yet some of the most productive and pretty trees can be sneaked in as part of a hedge or into the back of the ornamental border without taking up much room. Filberts and hazels make themselves useful in other ways, too – the routine pruning required gives rise to wonderful durable, flexible and long poles to make into pea sticks and plant and legume supports, hurdles, canes.
Full Of Beans
We all love beans and few plots are without a row of runners or some dwarf or climbing French varieties. Runners remain our favourites, but needing support they can be more difficult to grow, especially in small spaces. ‘Jackpot Mix’ contains a mixture of runner bean x dwarf French bean hybrids which are said to produce big yields of runner bean-sized pods on compact, self-fertile plants. Dwarf French beans are really prolific and great freezer that can be relied upon even in a poor summer. ‘Compass’ produces very fine pods in great numbers and can be harvested from May to September. Continue reading