How to Organise Your Family Garden and Where to Get Tips Online

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We often put so much attention on certain parts of our home whilst others end up being forgotten. It can’t be helped, most of us are either starting a family, or renovating the interiors to accommodate our needs. Considering most of us go through four different seasons each year, we can’t help but place more significance on the indoors than the outdoors.


It would be lovely if our gardens and backyards received the same amount of attention as our home interiors. It’s worth doing too. A well-maintained outdoor area adds colour, energy, and vigour to our homes. It also means you have another place to hangout, relax, and play with the people we love – our families and friends.
With that in mind, there are a lot of articles out there that suggest ways on how to spruce up your outdoors. Cute DIY Projects lists makeover ideas for our gardens, while my post here shows you how to plan a family vegetable garden of your own at home.


You will always wonder “where to start” or worry if you will figure out “how to do it” in the garden. To answer those,  everything starts and ends with good organisation and planning. To help here’s a rundown of how to properly sort out your backyard.


Put a Premium on Having Ample Storage

It’s now the perfect time to invest in garden storage systems, because let’s face it; most of us don’t really have a shed or an outdoor unit where we can arrange our stuff. These storage spaces range from small boxes to large sheds and just about everything we can imagine in between. In other words, there’s probably a solution for every need.


Gather Things in One Place

This is, arguably, at the heart of every organisational project at home. We all know how important it is to put things in order before putting them away for safekeeping; however, the real issue here is how to categorise each. As we’ve stated earlier, we can resort to various websites in order to get inspiration.

For their part, Screwfix arranges their greenhouses and other outdoor equipment on their site according to their respective use, as well as industry standard benchmarks. You can follow this lead by labelling items such as power tools, hand tools, and rural supplies, as well as those for maintenance and care so that it doesn’t take you hours to locate the tools you need.


Take Care of the Grass

Since we now know how to get materials organised in the garden, it’s now time to focus on maintaining its beauty. As soon as the grass grows weeds, shrubs, and plants, you have to be ready to lawn, prune, and clip. My own lawn is looking very sorry for itself having been used as a building site for the first part of the year. If you’re not really a hands-on gardener, you can always ring up the services of a professional landscaper to take care of everything for you.


Set a Wonderful Ambience

This is the proverbial “cherry on top of the cake” in terms of our garden. We have many ways on how to make this happen. Once again we can harvest a bevy of tips online, such as this piece on House and Garden. Basically, everything boils down to how far we’re willing to go when it comes to design ideas. From simple DIY projects like outdoor lighting to advanced landscaping ventures such as a fire pit, your options are limitless.


I don’t know about you but I’m itching to get back out into the garden this summer!

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    Rebecca | AAUBlog
    11th April 2017 at 4:10 PM

    we do have a shed, but even so I think that having ample storage is a must! I’d love it to be more organised and have some cute shelving and hooks x

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    11th April 2017 at 8:16 PM

    I have to say I do love a really good looking lawn, and it was only when we were trying to get some new grass to take that we realised how hard it is to maintain perfect grass!

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    11th April 2017 at 9:34 PM

    Great tips we don’t have a garden but when we do one day this post will be handy

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    Lauren Belle du Brighton
    12th April 2017 at 10:37 AM

    Really useful tips, I think if I ever get the chance I’ll get astroturf in the garden, less work!

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    19th April 2017 at 9:48 AM

    Great tips. We need to cut the grass badly and fill the holes because it’s a brand new house. Need a lawn mower first though.

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