How does your garden glow?

IT’S summertime and the living is easy in the home garden and if it isn’t quite ready for relaxing now is the time to find a fabulous range of garden accents and solutions to every need that will bring on that chill feeling in no time.

Clean up that home garden with the eco-friendly Fiskars Xact Weed Puller, only €43.99 in the online shop at This amazing weed puller, suitable for all types of weeds will rid the home garden nearly effortlessly with its maximum 40mm diameter and 100mm depth underground. There are three stainless steel serrated claws to firmly grab the weed and its roots.

Stay warm and comfortable even when summer evenings are chilly with the large capacity Tower Apollo Burner Fire Pit with Chimney in matte black, on sale now for €259 at The easy-to-assemble design comes with sturdy feet to stand steady in inclement weather and lockable mesh door is quick and easy to build and perfect for warming up those cool summer nights.

Chill out under the summer sun or beneath a canopy of evening stars with the Cambridge Outdoor Swing Chair from Harvey Norman, the perfect pod for those long summer days and nights. The swing chair as seen online at for €399 sits on the ground so there is no need to mount on a wall and with its super comfy, shower-resistant cushions, polyurethane rattan weave and corrosion-resistant steel frame this is one piece of garden furniture that can be left out all year round.

Light up those warm summer evenings with an enchanting display of vintage style solar powered outdoor bulbs, available nationwide in-store or online at The warm glow from these 380cm outdoor bulbs for €10, even on chilly summer evenings are perfect for relaxing at home under the stars.

Find everything under the sun and evening stars to get your garden glowing at stores across Ireland and online.


Tags: Homeware Accessories DID Harvey Norman Dunnes Stores

Image credits: DID, Harvey Norman, Dunnes Stores, Pinterest



Kim Mullahey

Kim Mullahey is’s Ireland Correspondent. She holds an honours undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Chicago and has taught Adult Education Creative Writing Studies. Through a media career spanning nearly 25 years Kim has written and photographed regional news, national and international horse sports, fashion and lifestyle. Kim lives with her husband and son in Kildare Ireland, and a stray marmalade cat who has adopted the family.

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