Gardening can often be thirsty work!...new from Japeto is the Gardeners water bottle!
Japeto now offers 3 great products for cleaning sharpening and caring for your Japeto Japanese Garden Tools
NEW from Japeto! Get your garden tools personalised. Now you can be even more proud of your Japeto Japanese garden tools by getting your own name on your Hori Hori Knife! A great Christmas present for gardeners...
Win a Japeto Gardeners Gift Box worth £89.99!
Japeto Ltd will be at no less than 6 garden shows this year...the first at Ardingly Spring Fair between 5-6th May. Find out more here, come and see us and try the products on site!
Buying presents for gardeners is never easy because most gardeners know what garden tools they want and they know what garden tools they like. Gifts for gardeners tend to be the same old tried and tested garden forks, garden trowels and gardening gloves...Japeto offers the perfect presents for gardeners because Japanese garden tools are usually an entirely new concept, but once a gardener uses them there is often no going back to more conventional garden tools!
In the earlier blog posted in January (Jobs in the garden!) I outlined our plan to turn a roughly oblong area of ground into a parterre (Oxford English Dictionary definition: a level space in a garden occupied by an ornamental arrangement of flower beds).
For western countries that experience the highs and lows of all four seasons, winter may not be your first choice when it comes to enjoying a garden. Even though we may have seen and perhaps even enjoyed a garden specifically cultivated for the winter, it is likely the enjoyment came in spite of the time of year, rather than because of it.
I'm going bananas. I am not quite sure what got me into growing banana plants, but this short blog examines the pleasure that can be derived from seeing banana plants grow from seed.
Japanese gardens are serene and simple places of calm, providing a peaceful retreat for reflection and meditation. They avoid the extravagance of many Western garden designs, and consist mostly of evergreens, rocks, pebbles, sand, ponds and waterfalls. A Japanese garden consists of six key elements, and two distinct different types: those designed for walking, and those intended to be viewed from a building or veranda.