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I'd recommend stocking up on the energy bars and porridge oats this month because it's time to roll your sleeves up and really get cracking in the April garden where all your planning and hard work over winter will now ...
Let's start with the big tidy up. Now is the time to cut back the last of the dead stems dangling from any perennials, which you've kindly left in place for the wildlife and now is also the time to mulch your flower ...
This is the time of year when seasoned gardeners pick up their pruning shears and shiny new secateurs and swing into action in the garden to cut, tidy, nip, twist, prune and stake in order to prepare plants for the new ...
February is the month when you garden starts to show the first signs of coming back to life after the go slow and dormancy of winter and because of that, it's one of my favourite times to get outdoors and really make a ...
The timeless elegance of a beautifully crafted glasshouse doesn't just bring an architectural beauty to the garden it also extends your growing season at both ends of the gardening year.
The winter garden provides a space for serenity and pause in the cycle of life and can also bring hungry birds and other wildlife into the garden when you are planting with an eye on berries, seed heads and winter blooms ...
Planting bulbs is one of those garden jobs that brings great rewards for very little time and effort on your part. That said, if you want the reward of a Springtime splash of colour in your borders and patio pots in ...
It might be looking a bit grey and drab out there on some of these misty November mornings but don't be fooled, there's plenty to do in the garden this month when as well as tidying up behind the last season, we've got ...
It's important to enjoy our time outdoors in whatever kind of garden we have and so when it comes to those tasks that need tackling each month, I think the best and most motivating approach is 'little and often.'