Step-by-step guide Preparing
Ready your home for a snowy season
With the colder months comes the potential for snow fall and ice.
Take a look at our top tips for protecting your garden and yourself from the wintery weather.
Clear your paths
When snow is blocking your paths and driveway, it's a good idea to clear and put down salt to melt any potential ice.
If it's safe to do so, also clear any build-up of snow on shed roofs or greenhouse structures as the extra weight can cause damage.View all our snow clearing essentials
4 tier mini greenhouse
This easy to assemble mini greenhouse can be put up quickly when a cold snap strikes to protect any tender plants.
Protect any vulnerable plants
Although snow can act as an insulating layer for plants, young, tender or frost damaged plants may need more protection.
Cold frames, greenhouses and compost are all simple ways to provide extra defence for these vulnerable plants and shoots.View all our greenhouses and cold frames
Palram Cold Frame
If you don't have room for a greenhouse, a cold frame is the perfect space-saving solution to cover and protect plants from the chill.
Keter Deco Composter - 340L
Start building your compact heap with fallen leaves and garden waste - a layer of mulch can keep roots and stems protected from snow.
Snow and ice can also cause disruption to travel and getting out and about.
If you can't avoid driving, there are some winter motoring essentials to keep you safe on your travels. Or for a fun and festive way to move, take a look at our family-favourite sledges.View all our winter car accessories
Streetwise Ice Scraper and Squeegee
Compact and lightweight, use this ice scraper to keep your windows and mirrors clear. Great for greenhouse windows too.
Blue Full Car Cover
Protect your car from the elements with this all-weather resistant cover. Double stitched seams and elasticated hem for added strength and durability.
Delta Snow Sledge
Just head to your nearest snow covered hill with this sledge and you're sure to have hours of fun and entertainment in the snow.