Episode 88 – 10 things to declutter from your garden

Often we neglect to extend our decluttering project into our garden. It so often gets overlooked and can become a neglected part of our home that ought to be a sanctuary. To get you kick started on a project to declutter your garden, here are 10 ideas of things that should go.


Things that are past their best, things waiting for a rainy day project and projects that haven't quite made it to the recycling centre or their next home. These are the kinds of things that we need to be on the lookout for when we are decluttering our garden. Listen in for some inspiration!

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Show Summary

  • Binbags and large cumbersome items waiting to go to the recycling centre.
  • Piles of bricks, flags, sand and cement waiting for a project.
  • Empty or half broken plant pots.
  • Old, tangled hosepipes and broken watering cans.
  • Rusty pegs and old washing lines.
  • Garden furniture that is no longer fit for purpose can be decluttered from your garden.
  • Rusty old barbecues.
  • Candles, ornaments and solar/string lights.
  • Bikes and scooters no longer in use.

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