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Garden Inspiration

Top tips, hints and guides to tidy up your garden.

Tree pruning during sunny winter day.

Whether it’s your front garden, backyard or balcony space, we’ve got all you need to make the most of being outside this winter.

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Winter cover on garden furniture set.

Cover your furniture

Not ready to pack things away? Use a furniture cover to protect furniture, BBQs and benches from wet and cold weather.

Man and daughter hanging a wreath on wooden door.

Garden tidy up tools

From clearing your lawn and pruning plants, to trimming those hedges and shredding the debris – get all the tools you need.

Family enjoying a hot tub.

Go for a dip

After a hard day’s work in the garden, what better way to relax your muscles than in a tub full of warm, hot bubbles.

Firepit in garden.

Patio heaters

Stay warm and cosy outside and keep alfresco evenings going with stylish chimineas and firepits. Perfect for autumn nights.

Decorating outside for Christmas

Follow our handy step-by-step guide to getting your garden set-up for the festive season.

Man emptying a ag of leaves into wheelbarrow.

Step 1 - Tidy up your space

With the right tools, you can easily clear away fallen debris, clean-up outdoor furniture and store unused garden bits – anything to make more space for your Christmas lights and decorations.

Light up trees along path.

Step 2 - Plan and prep

Safety is priority, so make sure you plan where you’re placing your decorations – they need to be secure and close to a power source. Use waterproof plugs if needed and ladders for anything up high.

Front of house lit up with fairy lights.

Step 3 - Light it up

From magical fairy lights and icicles, to path finders and snowflake projectors, you can really light-up your home this Christmas. Or use curtain lights in your windows, so you can enjoy them inside and out. 

Inflatable Santa in garden.

Step 4 - Add some fun

With Christmas being a little different this year, why not go all out with some inflatable festive characters. We’ve got Santa, Rudolf and Frosty, all ready to give your front door a merry welcome home.

Gold leafed wreath on a blue door.

Step 5 - The finishing touch

If you prefer a more traditional look, browse our selection of wreaths to hang on your front door, back door…any door really. We love the different colours and patterns, so there’s something for everyone.

Woman placing baubles into a plastic box.

Step 6 - Where to store it?

Get ahead of the game and start thinking about Christmas storage. We’ve got all sorts of stylish storage to fit lofts, garages or sheds, as well as simple storage ideas.

Go green-fingered and get into gardening

Grow your interest

Yes, winter may not be the time you want to get out into the garden, but if you develop your interest in it now, think about how great your garden could look in time for summer... And there's loads of benefits that come with this green-fingered hobby - it can help you de-stress, burn calories and may even help improve sleep!

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Tidying up your garden

There’s lots we can do to protect our gardens from incoming, colder weather.

Clear your flowerbeds.

Clear your flowerbeds

Use garden hand tools like secateurs, trowels and cultivators to help dig up weeds and deadhead any flowers. You’ll now have room for planting next year’s spring bulbs.

Tidy your lawn.

Tidy your lawn

Whilst the weather is still nice, use a lawnmower to give your grass a fresh cut. And neaten the edges with a grass trimmer or edging tool – it’s a simple way to make it look brand new.

Protect wooden structures.

Protect wooden structures

Before the bad weather strikes, give your wooden structures (fences, sheds and benches) a coat of wood stain or paint. This’ll give them time to soak it in before the rain arrives.

Invest in a water butt.

Invest in a water butt

This is a great way to recycle rain water. Attach the water butt to your guttering and use the water collected to water your plants. Avoid any stale smells by using it regularly.

Storage ideas for your garden

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Store in a shed.

Store in a shed

Whether they’re wooden, metal or plastic, sheds offer sturdy storage. Pick the right size and style to suit your outdoor space, and tuck away essential garden tools, seasonal toys or furniture you don’t want weathered.

Grow in greenhouses.

Grow in greenhouses

There are a lot of plants that need warmer weather to thrive. With a huge selection of greenhouses to suit any sized garden or plant collection, you can keep your blooms safe. 

Hidden hacks.

Hidden hacks

If you have a smaller space, then opt for a storage box or bench. You can hide away those everyday garden tools or accessories, whilst they subtly blend in as extra garden seating.

Don't forget your garage.

Don't forget your garage

Line your walls with practical shelving, hang helpful hooks or opt for stackable storage boxes. It’s a great place to organise your tools and accessories, keeping your garden clear. 

Helpful gardening advice...

Make some mulch.

Make some mulch

Recycle your garden waste.

Pressure washer buying guide.

Pressure washer buying guide

Blast the dirt away.

Looking after outdoor toys.

Looking after outdoor toys

Check and maintain their garden toys.

Chainsaw buying guide.

Chainsaw buying guide

Choose the right chainsaw for you.

Gardening guides

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Why buy at Argos?

The great outdoors doesn’t exclude your garden and no matter the time of year your garden can look tidy. It need not be a labour-intensive task with modern machinery. Hedge trimmers, leaf blowers, lawnmowers and shredders are easily affordable. Take some garden inspiration from us – use features like solar lights, chimeneas and garden furniture to give your garden some character. Check our clearance pages to see if there are any discounts on garden products.