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Today in Gardening Saturdays: some gardening advice for April and some early advice for winter flowering plants, a small recycled idea for anyone in need of a trellis, a before & after balcony renovation, and some outdoor must-haves gardeners dream about.

Royal Horticultural Society – Gardener’s Calendar: April

Royal Horticultural Society - Gardener's Calendar: April

Royal Horticultural Society - Gardener's Calendar: April

We are half way through April and there are some tasks gardeners might want to attend in its garden. This article provides information about anything you need to know as a garden owner, no matter whether you have a lawn, regular garden, just flowers or some trees or/and shrubs. A must read.

And in case you are already thinking about next winter and would like to have something colourful in your garden during the grey days, the next article will offer you some suggestions for plants flowering in winter and spring.

8 Sunny Spring Flowers

8 Sunny Spring Flowers

8 Sunny Spring Flowers

This article goes introduces you to forsythia, witch hazel, winter jasmine and more, all of them flowering in winter and spring.

Recycled Bike Wheel Garden Trellis

Recycled Bike Wheel Garden Trellis

Recycled Bike Wheel Garden Trellis

This article is very fast to read but it is going to be very welcome by those gardeners in need of cheap trellis for plants to climb up. If they have spare bicycle wheels or similar available, it’s a cheap solution, it’s fast, and it’s easy to to do.

Before & After: Jenny’s Creole Balcony

Before & After: Jenny's Creole Balcony

Before & After: Jenny's Creole Balcony

Our next article is a balcony renovation with several before and after photos of the project. It gives all the information about the renovation. Even though in Ireland balconies are not very usual, certainly not this size, the ideas and principles of the renovation can be applied to small backyards and gardens. And best of all they would be low maintenance. Ideal for people wanting to have a nice outdoor area but not wanting to spend a lot of time gardening and taking care of plants and lawns.

Houzzers Say: 16 Outdoor Must-Haves

Houzzers Say: 16 Outdoor Must-Haves

Houzzers Say: 16 Outdoor Must-Haves

This article is dedicated to all those dream must-haves not only gardeners but most home owners might dream about, like solar panels, a kitchen or barbecue area or maybe a sauna.

Even though some of them might be a bit expensive and difficult to justify in today’s economy, solar panels will save you money in the long term. In Ireland the government offers grants for the installation of solar heating of €800 to help you with the initial installation costs.


Thanks to our partnership with A4Energy if you want solar panels or solar heating installed in your house, Pinnacle will be able to help and provide you a one stop shop for all your home upgrades and renovations needs. We can also help you if you are interested in insulation for your house and want to take advantage of any of the government grants available to home owners.

Call us now and be ready for next winter’s cold.

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