Tag: gardening

10 attractive garden edging ideas

Your garden can be a delight in a million unexpected ways. From the tiny insects who survive thanks to your planting choices to a well-deserved cup of tea in a beautifully set-up shed: there’s beauty to be found everywhere. But no matter how good your garden looks, no gardener is ever fully satisfied – there’s…

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date posted on
14 Nov 18

AVS Fencing Supplies at BBC Countryfile Live

At AVS Fencing Supplies, we’ve been busy providing the materials used to bring to life The Famous Five Garden at the BBC’s Countryfile Live show in the grounds of Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire! Watch the first chapter of the Famous Five Garden project: Our friends at BNE Landscaping took the lead on using AVS materials…

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date posted on
09 Aug 18

Using AVS sleepers to build raised beds for your garden

One of the core products we’ve supplied to The Famous Five Garden project at BBC Countryfile Live on the grounds of Blenheim Palace are ​sleepers​ for raised planter beds. Sleepers are ideal for landscaping projects of endless varieties, balancing versatility with robustness for a flexible gardening solution which you can trust will last. At BBC…

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date posted on
04 Aug 18

5 reasons to use AVS for your fencing supplies

After 25 years spent delivering high-quality fencing solutions to customers working on landscaping and construction projects, both business-driven and DIY-focused, AVS Fencing Supplies have grown to nine branches across South and East England. An unbridled knowledge of fencing meets unwavering confidence in our stock to create a proven winning formula: the foundation for any project,…

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date posted on
12 Jul 18

How to design your own landscaped garden

Not many of us have the skill or resource to build a home from scratch, but if you have a grand gardening design in mind, you can create something wonderful on your own. It will take some planning, and probably a fair deal of sweat, but you don’t have to spend a fortune to make…

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date posted on
24 May 18

The lowdown on this year’s must-have gardening tools

Gardening kits can be very cheap and basic. You don’t need much more than a fork, trowel and rake to tend to most plots. But, just as no cyclist is happy without the latest lights and water bottles, gardeners love nothing better than a shiny new gadget. Product designers are always looking for ways to…

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date posted on
24 May 18

North Lancing Primary School re-builds garden bug area

We’ve been taken aback by some of the amazing causes local community members are committed to helping. From swimming galas, summer fayres to school plays, there’s nothing more rewarding than a community getting together to better something. This is why we set up the AVS Local Community Fund.   THE AVS LOCAL COMMUNITY FUND  We…

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date posted on
10 May 18

Quick growing vegetables for easy gardening

There is nothing like growing and harvesting your own garden grown vegetables and it isn’t difficult to do. Even better is that many spring and summer vegetables grow and ripen quickly, so you don’t have to wait too long to reap the rewards! The other benefit of these quick growing vegetables is that you can…

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date posted on
27 Apr 18

The AVS guide to laying artificial grass

Artificial grass doesn’t scream fake in the way that it used to. Now, the materials and tools for laying artificial grass as a DIY job is getting better and better: they are increasingly good quality, easy to use, and, most importantly, good looking. AVS’s range of artificial grasses provides durable, usable and affordable surfacing for…

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date posted on
27 Apr 18

10 spring garden tips to get summer-ready

The only reliable thing about the British weather is its unreliability. But although the time when spring will be finally unsprung is a changeable feat, you can plan good spring garden to prepare for the season of seeds, spring cleaning, and maybe even some sunshine with these spring gardening tips.   1. Clean and replace…

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date posted on
18 Apr 18