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March Gardening Tips

Mar 09, 2024
When cutting the lawn for the first time of the year keep the mower blades high usually cutting off around one third of the length. Alternatively just mow a path through and plant some bulbs and wildflowers and watch your lawn come alive with colour and insects. If you have a propagator, heated greenhouse or…
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May Garden Tips

Pheromone traps can be hung in fruit trees now to catch Plum or Codling moths. Keep recently put in plants well-watered this is the most important thing when establishing new plants and preventing them from getting checked in growth. If you have a pond make sure wildlife can get out by having a sloping side…
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April Gardening Tips

The soil should be warm enough now for sowing a range of vegetables outside including beetroot, carrot, lettuce, radish and peas. Lilies which have their pond can be divided and replanted once they come into growth. Lavenders can be lightly trimmed to prevent them becoming leggy and woody at the bottom. Now is a good…
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March Gardening Tips

When cutting the lawn for the first time of the year keep the mower blades high usually cutting off around one third of the length. Alternatively just mow a path through and plant some bulbs and wildflowers and watch your lawn come alive with colour and insects. If you have a propagator, heated greenhouse or…
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February Garden Tips

If you have Virginia creeper and Boston ivy growing on house walls they can be cut back now to help keep them clear of gutters and windows.  Wisterias pruned in summer can have their side-shoots cut back now to around 5cm being careful not to remove any flower buds. Early potatoes can be chitted now,…
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January Garden Tips

Help the birds at this cold time of year by hanging feeders in trees or shrubs around the garden, the birds will repay you by eating overwintering pests while awaiting their turn on the feeder. The best range of seed potatoes is available now; early ones can be chitted now by placing them in a…
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