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07/07/2021

Gardening Tasks for July

A clean and tidy garden is a healthy one, which means less problems with pests and diseases. Learn to be observant and spot those first warning signs, it will save you time and money!

17/05/2021

Burpee Europe : Sowing The Seeds Of Fun

It is a well-known fact that the earlier we can celebrate the joy of gardening with our children the more likely they are to continue growing their own vegetables, fruit, and flowers in the future. 

15/05/2021

Gardening Tasks for May

As temperatures rise, so do the numbers of slugs and snails, so keep a close watch. As darkness comes, you can make a trip around the garden with a torch and remove the offenders. 

08/04/2021

Gardening Tasks for April

There’s an old saying that ‘Cleanliness is close to Godliness’ and the same applies to the garden. Wash and clean all growing containers, clean water butts, greenhouses, watering cans etc. Pick up twigs, dead leaves and other debris and of course endeavour to keep your garden weed-free! You will be surprised how you reduce the incidence of pests and diseases!

12/03/2021

Gardening Tasks for March

Indoor gardening – gardening doesn’t have to be outside; here are a few suggestions for windowsill growing:

15/02/2021

Gardening Tasks for February

Firstly, just a reminder, seed and plant suppliers were swamped with orders last spring with the increased interest in gardening, lockdowns etc. so get those orders in early!

15/01/2021

Hints and Tips for the new year

The weather may be cold, wet and windy, so there will be some days when your best gardening can be done by finding a comfy chair by the fire with a cup of coffee and getting online to order some seed and plant catalogues.

01/12/2020

Hints and Tips for December

A month to say goodbye to the old year and prepare for the new one!

15/10/2020

Hints and Tips for October

Clear up and tidy! A bit of thought and action now will prevent trouble next year.

15/09/2020

Hints and Tips for September

In the herbaceous border you can take and root cuttings from perennials such as fuchsias, pelargoniums and Salvias.

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