We’ve created our collections around what’s hot in trend this year. Whether you’re after deep mocha, sage or forest green, or a vibrant purple – we’ve got what you need to make Roger and Julie next door jealous.
A selection of our collection is below and the other colours are easily found from each product.
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Posted in Barbecues, Cat, Garden Furniture, Newsletter, Sail Shades
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Sail shades have been around since the ancient Egyptians and later the Greeks and Romans who used large pieces of fabric to shade themselves from the sun.
Alan Titchmarch recently demonstrated how sail shades can help transform an unattractive part of your garden into a modern, shaded sitting area.
Using one of Primrose’s Kookaburra sail shades, he turned a neglected corner of the garden into a lovely secluded area to relax and unwind. He put up the sail in less than an hour, with the help of the home-owner, demonstrating how quick and simple these things are to get set up.
You can catch up with Alan on his programme “Love Your Garden” through the ITV website HERE (only available until Aug 14), and if you just want to jump to the relevant bits, then skip to 11:10 to 15:05, and 18:40 to 19:30 to see this amazing product in action!