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Forest Garden’s new range of gazebos

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3m Hexagonal Garden Gazebo. Picture; Forest Garden
3m Hexagonal Garden Gazebo. Picture; Forest Garden

Enjoy outdoor living all year round

Gazebos not only look good but allow you to enjoy the great outdoors all year round.

Forest Garden has launched its new Round Timber Gazebo Collection, manufactured at its Worcestershire Sawmill division by M&M Timber, they will stand the test of time and weather.

The range was launched at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and is available through Forest Garden and M&M Timber.  The new collection includes the Hexagonal Garden Gazebo range which is available in four sizes – from the compact and elegant 3m to the spacious 4.7m; a Premium Oval Gazebo which is available in two sizes – 5.1m and 6m; and a Square 3.5m Garden gazebo which provides the perfect setting for a hot tub or spa.

The collection includes the Hexagonal Garden Gazebo range, available in four sizes, from the compact 3m to the spacious 4.7m; a Premium Oval Gazebo in 5.1m and 6m sizes; and a Square 3.5m Garden Gazebo which provides the perfect setting for a hot tub.

There are three options for the roof – Traditional Timber, New England Cedar or Country Thatch.  Each gazebo includes optional accessories such as bench seats, tables, cushions, and curtains.

No planning permission

All gazebos are hand-made from kiln dried, pressure treated, round timber and have a smooth sanded finish.  They are delivered and installed on site by qualified professional fitters. Normally no planning permission is required, just a suitable base prior to installation.

Nicola Simpson, head of marketing for Forest Garden said: “We have designed a fantastic new collection of gazebos introducing new elements to the structures from the cross-beam fittings to the hard-wearing accessories.

“The gazebos are hand built using high-quality Radiata pine timber which delivers a durable robust long-life solution for outdoor buildings.

“The kiln-dried timbers are pressure treated with Tanalith E wood preservative to stand the test of all weather conditions.  With no planning permission required, the gazebos offer a fantastic additional covered area.”

For more information visit www.forestgarden.co.uk or www.mmtimber.co.uk.

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Mandy Watson is a freelance journalist and an incurable plantaholic. MandyCanUDigIt grew from the tiny seed of a Twitter account into the rainforest of information you see before you. Gardening columnist for the Sunderland Echo, Shields Gazette and Hartlepool Mail and editor of the Teesdale Mercury Magazine. Attracted by anything rebellious, exotic and nerdy, even after all these years. Passionate about northern England and gardens everywhere. Falls over a lot.

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