Aldi adds to its garden range again – get there before it sells out

These Aldi garden buys include must-haves for kids and adults alike... so we predict these will sell out fast

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Aldi is relentlessly dishing out gorgeous and budget garden buys that are well worthy of a purchase. With deals for all ages, young and old, we're always keeping up to date with what they're adding to their shelves. So, of course we noticed these new additions that are sure to make your home the place to be this summer. 

Complete your outdoor set up with perfect garden lighting, an outdoor table and chairs, a gazebo, a BBQ and even a kids playhouse, and you'll have to start ticketing your garden parties to keep guests at bay! Keep scrolling to discover Aldi's new garden buys and check out the other garden furniture sales that we're loving, at the moment, too. Oh, and be sure to head over to our dedicated page to find more garden ideas in our feature.

1. Adventuridge Gazebo With Portico, £99.99

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British summertimes are our fave but let's face it... the weather isn't always the most reliable. Getting a budget gazebo will make your garden the place to be, shading you from the harsh sun and protecting you from the inevitable showers. Adorn with fairylights bunting and a waterproof play mat and you have a safe and dry space for the kids to play. Featuring quick assembly features such as press-button lift action, a zipped mesh door and windows, this gazebo with a portico is the ideal garden buy. 

Adventuridge Gazebo With Portico, £99.99

2. Dark Grey Portable Charcoal BBQ, £49.99

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Okay, everyone who loves a last minute BBQ needs to get their hands on this great buy from Aldi. Firstly, it's a bargain and secondly, it packs SO many fab features into that compact design that we're kind of obsessed. Decked out with an integrated fan, a stainless steel grill rack, a reflector bowl, a removable charcoal basket, silicone feet and a storage bag with two handles, you can't really go wrong with this buy, especially if you're after a fast and easy grill. 

Dark Grey Portable Charcoal BBQ, £49.99

3. Noma 45cm Solar Bollard Path Light, £12.99

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Garden lighting has been a hot topic for us (and the rest of the country) recently. Lockdown interiors (and exteriors) motivation has inspired us to get our gardens kitted out, fit for hosting. So, discovering these path lights for just £12.99 on Aldi was a bit of a lightbulb moment for us. Sturdy, stainless steel and stylish, this bollard light is the perfect way to light up your garden pathway and make for a sophisticated and easily-navigable outdoor space. 

Noma 45cm Solar Bollard Path Light, £12.99

4. Pirate Galleon Wooden Playhouse, £349.99

Aldi pirate ship playhouse

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The price may look crazy at first sight but think about how much use this playhouse of dreams will get from the moment your little ones lock eyes on it! This pirate ship playhouse is the ultimate kids den, with a ship's wheel, seating and a multi-level design so that your crew of little ones and their friends can all enjoy the fun! Sustainably sourced wood for peace of parents' mind and a gangplank, bench, ships wheel and flags to keep the kids' imagination running wild, this playhouse is a worthwhile investment!

Pirate Galleon Wooden Playhouse, £349.99

5. Wooden Balcony Set, £129.99

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This wooden balcony set features a table that folds down the sides, an ideal feature if you're looking to maximise a space - making the most of your balcony, garden, patio or yard, whether you're hosting a group or lounging solo. Made with sustainable wood, this garden table and chairs is a high quality set and features wheels and folding chairs, which can be stored inside the folded table, too.

Wooden Balcony Set, £129.99

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Niamh is a freelance journalist and the Head of Content at Raft Furniture. She is obsessed with all things interior design, with a particular focus on sustainability and city-dweller style. The wooden floorboards and built-in bookcase in Niamh’s rented North London home occupy her daydreams between writing, and after work, she has a knack for finding cheap plane tickets.