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Category: Monthly Garden tips
Winter is approaching and there are many jobs you can do in the garden to prepare for the (more) cold and wet weather! Despite the bad weather, there is also still many plants to sow and grow this month. Check out our last blog on what to grow in your garden this November. […]
November is here, meaning winter is coming! If you’re brave enough to face the cold, here are some ideas for what to plant in your garden this month. Firstly, Flowers: Use Field No.23 Professional Potting Blend Compost for flowers. Sweet peas: Sow in a cool greenhouse or cold frame for an early display next […]
The RHS recommend the following top 10 gardening tips for the month February: Prepare vegetable seed beds, and sow some vegetables under cover Chit potato tubers Protect blossom on apricots, nectarines and peaches Net fruit and vegetable crops to keep the birds off Prune winter-flowering shrubs that have finished flowering Divide bulbs such as snowdrops, […]
It’s getting cold outside now so you’re going to need to keep busy to keep warm. The RHS recommend the following gardening tips for the winter months ahead. November Clear up fallen leaves – especially from lawns, ponds and beds Raise containers onto pot feet to prevent water-logging Plant tulip bulbs for a […]
Although the British spring will soon be over there is still plenty to be getting on with in the garden. The RHS have the following gardening tips for June: Hoe borders regularly to keep down weeds Be water-wise, especially in drought-affected areas Pinch out sideshoots on tomatoes Harvest lettuce, radish, other salads and early potatoes […]
Take a look at this list of top plants and vegetables to sow and Grow this November, advised by Thompson&Morgan! Flowers to sow and grow in the greenhouse Sweet peas – sow sweet peas in a cool greenhouse or coldframe for an early display next year. Perennial flowers – try growing perennial flowers from seed […]