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Guide to Outdoor Living

Taking the time to enjoy the highlights of nature is a cheap and effective way to lift your spirits. Whether you're a city slicker or a country companion a walk amidst the greenery or a picnic in the park is usually worth the effort.

However you don't need to venture too far from home to enjoy the benefits of outdoor living as you can step out of your door into your yard or garden and take in the sunshine there. But if your garden looks more wild and unwieldy than bright and beautiful it’ll need some work before you can start enjoying it.

Making the effort to improve your garden, whether you choose to opt for a garden design from a professional in Leeds or choose to head down to your local garden centre in Huddersfield, St Ives, Hastings, Milton Keynes, Lincoln or elsewhere in the UK and do the gardening yourself, will not only give you your own personal outdoor oasis but may also increase the value of your home. Experts believe that having an attractive outdoor space can add between 3% and 6% to the value of your home, so it is certainly worth trying to make the most of whatever outside space you have.

There are a number of ways you can improve the look of your outside space and here are some suggestions:

buy new fencing - create a new seating area with decking - add a water feature - get some paving to create an easy to maintain garden - add some garden lighting so you can enjoy the space by day and by night - add a garden shed or greenhouse to keep all your garden tools tidy - buy some garden furniture so you can enjoy all the hard work you've done

Alternatively you could look for gardeners in Luton, Bristol, Liverpool, Colchester or your own local area and pay someone to do all the hard work for you. They can find turf suppliers, put together garden benches, pick out flowers from the garden centre, in fact do whatever it takes to turn your outside space into an inner city oasis or the perfect suburban retreat whether you live in the Cotswolds or Coventry.