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Gardening Tips

Gardening Tips - December

Tidy up the garden before it turns colder. Take a break from the Christmas build-up and spend some time in the garden. Make your own leaf mould by collecting fallen leaves...

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Gardening Tips - November

Get planting in November It’s a good time for planting roses. They look like twigs in the garden centre this time of year, but they will look lovely next year with...

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Gardening Tips - October

Enjoy the colours of autumn Our plants of the moment are berried shrubs. You can create varied displays by combining them with ornamental grasses, architectural plants...

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Gardening Tips - September

Go big on bulbs It's bulb time, so snap up your favourites while they are still in the Garden Centre. If you're not ready to put them in the ground, store them in a cool,...

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Gardening Tips - August

Enjoy late summer in the garden August is a lovely month to be outdoors, although many plants need some TLC to stop them looking a little tired. With care and attention,...

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Gardening Tips - July

Sit back and enjoy your summer garden in all its glory While you're looking at what you've achieved, consider which aspects work and what you might change for next season....

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Gardening Tips - June

Enjoy glorious June in the garden June is a lovely time to be in the garden. Many flowering plants are at their peak this month because of warmer weather and extra hours...

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Gardening Tips - May

It's been a chilly start to spring, but the gardening season is in full swing, and plants are bursting into life as the days lengthen. You only need a small area to grow...

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Gardening Tips - April

Let's celebrate spring and enjoy the gardening season ahead. There is a huge selection of hardy shrubs and perennials of all sizes and colours ready to plant into containers...

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Gardening Tips for March

Give your rose bushes some rose feed. Lack of nutrients will show with discoloured leaves and poor blooms. Treat them to a granular or powder rose feed around the base of...

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