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Monthly Gardening Tips

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Monthly Advice - September Jobs in the Garden
Julian Bosdari 28 Aug 2017

Jobs for September Hedging Little needs to happen to your hedges in September, assuming that you did actually prune them in August. It is always worth checking hedges for damage from animals, footballs, bad drivers....so that you cut out/clean up any diseased or damaged wood before any fungus...

Plants that look Beautiful in September
Julian Bosdari 29 Aug 2017

September is one of the unsung heroes of the calendar. Stuffed with plants that look fabulous just when you have clipped your lavender, finished with your sweet peas and are beginning to realise that some roses do not bloom for ever. As always these are plants that you absolutely should NOT BUY ...

Monthly Advice - October Jobs in the Garden
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

Jobs for October  Hedging Deciduous Hedging Bare-root hedging can be planted all through the winter.  Unless it is already wet, younger existing and newly planted deciduous hedges could do with some watering and a quick weed at the base if you have not used a mulch mat. Conifer...

Monthly Advice - November Jobs in the Garden
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

NOVEMBER IN YOUR GARDEN  Hedging It will come as some relief to know that from now until spring you can leave your evergreen hedges well alone (apart from box and that is for December). But if you have just planted an evergreen hedge do make sure that it is protected from the elements. A...

Monthly Advice - December Jobs in the Garden
Julian Bosdari 18 Jul 2016

DECEMBER IN YOUR GARDEN  Hedging  December is a great time to re-evaluate the structure of your garden. Deciduous leaves should have fallen by now and the herbaceous borders will be tidied up so you can gain a proper perspective on how your garden looks without all the froth of flow...

Birds in the Garden - Early Spring
18 Jul 2016

Michael’s Early Spring Wildlife Garden Tips  1. Get a balance of tidiness in your garden - fallen leaves provide good habitat for insects. Not only will the invertebrate life benefit but remember almost all birds feed their young on insects. Just don’t do this in rose borders an...

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