Aldi’s new garden range

Aldi has a new watering and gardening maintenance range which goes into stores on 23rd April. The range (as you would expect form Aldi) is really good value.

Here are my top picks from Aldi’s new garden range…


1400W Lawnmower (£59.99)

What a bargain price for a good lawn mower! Aldi’s lawnmower has 3 adjustable cutting heights, 36 litre grass collection box and an impact resistant casing, making it really robust. A great investment.


Walk-in Greenhouse (£27.99)

I have had pop up, non glass greenhouses before but they have never been walk in or robust. This one covers both those aspects and I am tempted! Perfect for starting of your flowers and veg and build to withstand British winters. Great price too!



100L Water Butt Set (£18.99)

Aldi’s 100 litre water butt set has an an easy-to-use tap, it fits round or square  round or square downpipes and is made from recycled material. It is a family budgeters dream, practical, inexpensive and it can save you a lot of money (and it’s environmentally friendly!)


Self watering troughs

Aldi also have these fab self watering troughs for just £3.99 these have a really smart clever water reservoir allows plants to suck up water through their roots, so you don’t have to water them so often, great for plants you tuck in hard o reach places. Aldi sent us some of these and they are going to go on the children’s wooden play house balcony.. Available in Black, Terracotta or Green.

There’s lots more in the range so do pop to Aldi’s from next Thursday 23rd for all you garden needs. You know you will get a great deal.

Last week I crowd sourced a pots on thrifty tips for your garden  and several people mentioned Aldi to me as a great place to shop for you gardening needs.

A collection top thrifty tips for a family garden. Lots of ideas and ways to save money in your garden whilst still making it look amazing,




  1. ann
    April 18, 2015 / 10:47

    I have this greenhouse, which fits exactly into a gap outside the back door. I find it perfectly adequate for my needs, which are sowing and potting on and growing tomatoes. It provides a good place to store things in the winter too. One word of warning. We have tied ours back to the fence as extreme winds last year made us worry that it might blow away.

  2. MR,A.J.HUNT
    May 17, 2015 / 09:56

    Is it possible to get a set of plastic joints for the greenhouse ?
    I live in Great Yarmouth ,Norfolk, england.

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