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A GARDENING expert have revealed a little-known technique to make your garden appear bigger.

Presenter Arit Anderson disclosed the tip on the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

The prestigious five-day show includes a lively mix of gardening advice and innovative garden designs.

Now, Garden designer Arit has informed viewers how they can enlarge their garden spaces.

She said: "You cannot help but be drawn to this beautiful backdrop.

"This charred timber looks absolutely stunning".

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The technique is known as Shou Sugi Ban – a Japanese wood preserving technique that dates back to 700 AD.

While it’s now used mostly for its appearance, Shou Sugi Ban originally became popular as a way to preserve wood that was used as siding on buildings.

Its unique characteristic in that no two pieces of wood will come out identical and one piece will look different from the next.

The technique breathes new life into the garden's plants.

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Arit continues: "It brings out the preservatives in the wood but not only does that help prolong its life, but also gives this wonderful black feel.

"I love this effect in the garden because it makes all of the plants really pop out.

"But it also gives depth because it makes the garden look bigger than what it is."

It comes after a gardening whizz has shared his incredible hack on how to bring light into dark and shaded spots without breaking the bank.

Elsewhere, one pro has come on the scene to make your life easier as he’s listed the best plants and flowers to pair together in the shade.

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