Shaping your very own haven

Your garden is your sanctuary. It’s a place for rest and play. But it’s also where you can set your creativity free to shape and recreate your surroundings.
No matter if you’re going for a luxurious orangery or aiming for the healthiest lawn, we’ve got your back with tools and experience you can rely on.
  • Striped lawn
  • Renovating the lawn
  • Landscaping

    Renovating the lawn

    When the weed-killer doesn’t bite and the brown patches take over, it’s easy to start doubting if your garden will ever look the same. But there’s hope. You can always start over with a lawn renovation.

    • Time: Depending on the size of the lawn and machines used
    • Effort: Medium
    • Level: Advanced
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  • Tools to use

    All in One Multi-Purpose Combi Trimmer - Introducing the 325iLK

    Taking care of lawns and landscaped grounds can be tough work. Waiting for seasons to shift, the weather to be on-side and carrying a whole bunch of different tools can be a pain. In a perfect world, the weather would always be just right and you'd have a magic tool that pretty much changes to take care of all of your needs at the touch of a switch. 


  • Maintenance

    Preparing Your Garden for Winter - The Complete Guide

    At this time of year, most gardens are on the verge of entering winter dormancy. But just because things are starting to slow down and get ready to enjoy a well-deserved rest, doesn't mean that the same is true for you. Winter can be a brutal time for your grass, plants and soil; so a helping hand is needed if you want it to thrive come spring.

  • Usage

    7 Simple Garden Hacks to Try

    Looking for effective new techniques to get the beautiful garden and backyard you’ve always wanted? Try these 7 gardening hacks to make life easier when gardening. Spend less time working and more time relaxing.

  • DRT900H
    Tools to use

    The Ultimate Landscapers Machinery Buying Guide for Soil & Ground Work

    The perfect garden doesn’t just happen. Mowing is necessary but taking care of the soil is as, if not more important. But how do you keep your soil nice and healthy? Here we go over the  tools that you need to maintain a healthy garden.

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    Tools to use

    What Equipment Do I Need to Start a Lawn Mowing Business?

    If you have a passion for working outdoors, you might be thinking about starting your own lawn mowing business. Whether you intend on doing this full time, or as a part-time profession, the tools of the trade are the same.

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    Tools to use

    Choosing the Best Ride-on Mower for Professional Use

    Narrowing down your options when choosing the best ride on mower for professional use can prove to be a little bit more complicated than it first appears to be. By understanding what to look for in a ride on mower for commercial or professional use, it will ensure that you get a machine that is fit for purpose. There are plenty of things to take into account before making up your mind. Below, we are going to take a closer look at the different types of ride on lawn mowers available and what use cases they are better suited to.

  • Lawn care

    How to Cut an Overgrown Lawn

    When it comes to mowing your lawn, your grass has little concern about your schedule. It grows rain, hail or shine. Give it an inch and it will take a mile. And with our busy schedules, it’s surprising just how quickly a lawn can become overgrown.

  • LC 141Li
    Lawn care

    10 Lawn Mowing Tips for a Professional Finish

    You can give your lawn all of the water and fertiliser that you want. But if you don't mow your lawn properly, it will quickly run wild. A professional finish to your lawn can make all the difference and will have your neighbours wondering what your secret is.

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    Usage

    How to trim an overgrown hedge without killing it

    Pruning and trimming hedges is an essential gardening skill that involves removing the dead or overgrown stems, roots and branches on hedges, trees and shrubs. By trimming each year, it encourages healthier, thicker and more symmetrical growth of your plants. Something that every gardener wants.