Decorative wall arts a beautiful persona for wall hanging



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Home or your shelter place is undoubtedly a pampering place. Your home always calls you for an innovative design, texture and arts, to give the taste. The outer and inner space, both needs a perfect decoration and charming appeal for lavish and tasteful appearance. You can choose from the collection of wall arts, which gives wall a perfect look. In the market and after market over the online shops, you can get an exclusive collection of wall art. Wall art has always been into a tradition of design home, and bringing an enchanting look, but now an initiative of Home2Garden, has changed the design of wall arts, into modern designs and attractive look.

Exclusive category
‘Home2Garden’; is offering a collection of wall arts-
• Signature
• Circles
• Rings
• Bubbles
Every of these wall arts are designed in exclusive designs, in varyig lengths and materials. Some are quite delicate as made up of crystal, glass and other exclusives. Not just for your home, and walls, these are exclusive as well to gift your friends and near one. The promise of these wall arts, is its impressive adorning beauty. Every visitor of your home, will surely appreciate about the choice and collection.

Shop with free shipping service-

Over the online stores. Home2Garden, the only Megastore, is now extending the sale of modern wall art. The company gives a free shipping service, to your every order placed. Every product is available and offered at low prices and heavy discounts. With Home2Garden, the shopping of home ornaments and decorative products becomes very easy and with a secure payment option, you can place any bulk of your order. These contemporary designs, defines the quality of designing and give an extravagant beauty and attractive environment in your sweet home.

March Gardening Tips

Time has come now to assess winter losses and plan for replacement plants to be planted. The sun is finally out and days are gradually getting wormer.

It will be good to take into account these plants which did not survive the ‘’extreme low temperatures’’ and choose more robust ones for this season.

Little and Big Jobs For March

  • Check stored fruit and vegetables and remove any damaged or mouldy produce to avoid spoiling the rest.
  • Seed potatoes are available now. Chit them (allow shoots to form) by placing them in a light, cool, frost-free place.
  • Moss will start growing on lawns before the grass, so now is the time to start killing it with ferrous sulphate.
  • This is your last chance to plant bare-rooted raspberries. Prune the canes of summer-fruiting types to 10in after planting, and autumn-fruiting varieties down to ground level. Hellebores may show distorted foliage which is the result of stop-start growth caused by lower temperatures. New shoots should now grow normally.
  • Check outdoor containers are regularly watered, particularly those sheltered by house porches or eaves.
  • Netting over brassicas may have been weakened by snow and need attention to deter ravenous birds.
  • Clear leaves from around snowdrops so you can see their flowers emerging.
  • Put up bird nesting boxes this month – it’s the last chance before tits start looking for a suitable residence.
  • Ventilate your glasshouse or conservatory on mild days to help prevent fungal problems.

Borders Work

Many of our gardens have been battered by a second hard British winter in a row, but this is a chance to reassess borders.

  • Try reintroducing old favorites better equipped to deal with cold winters as alternatives to slightly tender plants.
  • Remove lime scale from outdoor water features, by using standard lime scale detergents; you do not need anything fancy. Also for any of the Solar Powered Water Features make sure that the solar panels are clean, so they let enough light into the solar panels.
  • Olive and bay trees may fail in freezing conditions, so instead plant standard Elaeagnus ‘Quicksilver’ AGM, the evergreens Ilex aquifolium ‘JC van Tol’ AGM or Viburnum tinus ‘Gwenllian’ AGM.
  • As the sun is coming out, in exposed gardens, try lacy purple or yellow-leaved elderberry (Sambucus nigra) instead of Japanese maples. Plant shrubby lilac Syringa x laciniata or Erysimum ‘Bowles’s Mauve’ AGM instead of rosemary.
  • Dormant shrubs and perennials allow you to assess the need for structure. Trees with eye-catching bark, such as birches and maples, are beautiful all year.
  • If flowers are your passion, choose for a succession of seasonal colour.
  • Measuring and drawing the garden should clarify plans; view the garden from inside the house and from different angles.
  • Consider moving or replacing damaged, overgrown or badly placed shrubs.

Useful Kit and Garden Decorations – Water Features

Traditional spades have straight blades, short shafts and D-shaped handles. Spades with long shafts are available, but Wisley gardeners favour a type known as a Cornish spade, with a long plain handle and pointed blade.

These are easy on the back and make light work of even quite hard soils. The only drawback is that they don’t bury weeds and manure as neatly as straight-edged spades. Solar water features are particularly attractive for the garden as they are very easy to install and do not need any of the long winded cables. At Home2Garden we have introduced a brand new ranged of the Solar Water Features for the coming season!