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Gardening Tips

Gardening Tips - December

Have a breather from Christmas and potter in the garden You can prune fruit trees now, except stone fruit, as the sap is being drawn back into the trees. Leave the pruning...

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Gardening Tips - November

Embrace autumn in the garden Embrace autumn with colourful plant displays. Plants such as Elaeagnus, red-berried viburnum and skimmia create superb backdrops for other...

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Gardening Tips - October

Enjoy the colours of autumn October is a great month for planting. The soil is warm and many plants will become established before the winter, helped by autumn showers. If...

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Gardening Tips - September

Enjoy your September garden Go wild with cyclamen Treat yourself to a batch of cyclamen for gorgeous colour. There are varieties to suit shade and semi-shade, giving...

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Gardening Tips - August

Keep colour going for months to come Enjoy late summer in the garden and spend a little time weeding and cutting back summer flowers. Keep deadheading flowers such as roses...

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Gardening Tips - July

Make the most of the garden this July If your early summer blooms are fading, introduce some gorgeous agapanthus or African lily to your garden. It's bold and architectural,...

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Gardening Tips - June

The gardening season is in full swing, so fill up your borders, pots, and vegetable garden with new plants. Fill bare patches in your garden with bedding plants. Some of our...

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Gardening Tips - May

Get your garden into shape for the summer Would you like a low-maintenance garden? All plants need a little TLC, especially in their first season to help them become established,...

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Gardening Tips - April

Spring is here, the temperature is rising, and plants are waking up. Give your garden some attention by refreshing it with colourful shrubs. This is an ideal time to establish...

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Gardening Tips - March

Spring is on the way! March is one of our favourite months. Spring is on the way and we can prepare for new growth. The soil is warming up and rainfall can water in new...

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