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Parasols

Parasols

Parasols are a fantastic way to create shelter and shade in your garden in an instant. If you’re looking for quick relief from the afternoon sun or simply a shaded spot to enjoy your garden dining set, our collection of parasols and bases can help you.

Available in a wide range of colours and sizes, our parasols and bases can work either as standalone pieces or slot into the centre of a garden dining table to quickly provide you with the shade you need. Discover even more essential garden accessories here at Primrose. 

Add extra shade to your garden and be safe in the sun with our range of parasols, available in a variety of colours and styles. Choose centre-post for your classic straight up-and-down, fits-in-furniture parasol, or shop cantliever for parasols that seemingly hang in the air and allow for a full rnage of movement underneath. Whether muted or avant-garde, we've got parasols to suit your shading style.

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Parasol and Base FAQs

  • What Is The Best Colour For A Garden Parasol?

    The colour of your garden parasol is primarily down to personal preference. While colour experts will advise you to choose certain parasol colours to either energize or relax your outdoor space, the colour of the parasol has little bearing on its performance.

    Choose a garden parasol that complements your garden furniture if you plan on using it in the centre of a garden dining set, but if you want to use your parasol as a standalone feature, why not choose a parasol that can provide a pop of colour when in use?

  • How Heavy Are Garden Parasols?

    The parasol base is typically the heaviest part of a parasol – this is to ensure that it stays in place when there’s a breeze, especially if the parasol is being used as a standalone item. 

    However, garden parasols are light enough that you should be able to move them around the garden with little effort. This makes them the perfect choice to accompany a garden recliner as you can simply move the parasol around as the sunlight changes throughout the day.

  • How To Store A Garden Parasol

    Don’t leave your garden parasol outside during winter. Though they can withstand a little wind and rain, they aren’t completely weatherproof and should be stored away with other garden furniture that may become damaged by winter weather.

    A parasol weather cover will suffice in the summer months to protect your parasol on the occasional rainy day, but when summer ends make sure that you completely dry the parasol, fold it down and then store it in a garage or dry shed alongside your other garden accessories.