Spring is officially here – and if you are looking for some inspiration for a planting theme, a stylish water feature or even alfresco dining tips – a show home garden can provide inspiration.
Whatever your outdoor space, a garden can help to create another room, and you don’t have to have green fingers to achieve something stunning.
Whether you are a fan of flowers or a budding vegetable grower, National Gardening Week is all about encouraging people of all ages to get involved.
Launched six years ago by the RHS, this event is a celebration of gardening and runs from 10-16 April.
And for home hunters who are looking for inspiration when it comes to their own outdoor room – why not visit a show home and landscaped gardens at a Linden Homes East Yorkshire development close to you – where a new garden is a major benefit of a brand new dream home.
With a clever use of space, textures and materials, show homes are fantastic places not only to get ideas when it comes to the inside of your home – but your garden too, whether a family/child friendly area or a quiet place to relax in.
To create a sense of the indoors outdoors, stylish furniture can help to create a functional dining area as extension to the home.
A new build garden is the perfect blank canvas and starting point for even the most amateur of gardener to create their ideal space. At some developments, selected plots will offer turf to the rear garden.
Linden Homes East Yorkshire sales director Steve Woomble said: “Often, the garden of a home is as much a talking point as elements of the interior of the house.
“Our show home gardens can offer some inspiration to buyers who are not only faced with a blank canvas for the inside of the property, but have a wonderful opportunity to put their own stamp on their outdoor space to suit individual requirements and tastes.”
For more details about National Gardening Week, local events and how to get involved – visit http://nationalgardeningweek.org.uk/About.aspx
A show home garden (like this typical Linden Homes garden)
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28 March 2017