Enjoy your garden even on a rainy day

Tips On How To Enjoy Your Garden Even On a Rainy Day

‘’ No two gardens are the same. No two days are the same in one garden.’’



Whether you want to relax, entertain, or to expand your living space… Give your garden a fresh look this season. How many times did you plan barbeque prepared everything and then ‘’out of nowhere’’ (because it happens very seldom in Ireland ) started to rain? Gloomy weather can ruin even the cheeriest moods.  There is nothing worse than plan a party in your garden or invite your family and friends for a nice dinner in the garden and the weather is ”crap”.  Well I ‘m sure if you live in Ireland it happened to you at least once in your life. With these sheds, where you can hide you don’t have to worry about the weather anymore.


Let’s be honest, sometimes all we want to do is to escape from someone we want a private room where we could rest. We want peace to read some book or to read some useful article ,well us woman do. And men how often did you wish for your own space where you can relax with lads, maybe play some play-station and have few drinks without your wife/girlfriend bothering you. I think my boyfriend wishes this  every single day…ha…

In this article I’m going to show you few ideas on how you can enjoy your garden even on a dull day.

Create a Work House For Your Work Home

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Hide from the others in a pretty organized place. Place your home office in the garden away from everyone. This means you can work in peace and concentrate only on your work and not your kids running around or your household chores.

Enjoy your garden even on a rainy day


Create Outdoor Bar- Man Cave

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The bar shed takes the man cave outside the home and into the yard for more manly privacy. Move your play-station into your man cave and your wife/girlfriend wont bother you anymore.

If there is no space inside the house for your pool table why not bring it outside. This area right here is just calling for parties.


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There are many unique ways to create your back yard bar shed,from furniture to liquor storage to entertainment. Create outdoor bar with a serving area that will be great for summer parties.


If you love being a host but your living area is to small why not add an extention into your garden


Create your Outside relaxing Zone no matter what weather

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This looks so inviting. If you have something like this you can enjoy your garden every single day.


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Imagine to have nice family dinner here outside in your garden. Or imagine to eat there all the time with your family. Can you imagine how relaxing this can be?? I can….



Create your party place where you can entertain your guest whilst you looking after barbeque

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Buy some portable heater so you can enjoy it even during the winter (or even on cold Irish summer days)













Even for Small Garden


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Gardening tip


August is a time to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labour in the garden.  There are still tasks to be completed but these are generally light.

Things to do in August:

  • Water camellias regularly
  • Check your hanging baskets and planted containers for watering daily
  • Feed plants which need it-Hanging baskets etc. should be fed once a week
  • Deadhead roses and spray them regularly
  • Deadhead regularly to encourage more flowers
  • Harvest fruit and vegetables
  • Weed regularly
  • Keep an eye out for pests and diseases and spray if necessary
  • Continue to sow salad plants
  • Feed your garden using a granular feed



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