Tag: garden maintenance
Why should you hire a professional garden maintenance service?
A professional garden maintenance service can also create an ever changing and stimulating garden experience that you can enjoy day after day, week after week.
Summer gardening tips
Summer is well and truly underway, and it is one of the busiest and most rewarding times of the year when it comes to our gardens.
Here Comes The Sun… Summer Gardening by Enzo Montella
Its turning out to be a cracking summer so far, after a winter that had the horticultural tricky combination of waterlogged ground followed by sub-zero temperatures, it’s all come together nicely!
February is the border between winter and spring
The clue to this month’s garden jobs lies in the quote above – February is the last of the precarious winter months and the time to make those preparations for coming Spring.
December, the work is not done yet!
Tempting ? I know – to lit the wood burning stove, put on an extra pair of warm socks and let the garden take care of itself this month but we gardeners are a hardy lot and a little bit of frost isn’t going to keep us from the tasks ahead.
It’s all about preparation! Gardening in November!
Out they come – the gloves and hats and scarves and wellie socks for whilst the rest of the world may now have retreated back indoors to sit out the winter in a warm room, we gardeners have much to do as we head towards winter solstice and the shortest day of the calendar year.
Autumn Tree Colour
There’s a reason that October is such a highlight in the gardening year and that reason lies in the fact this is the time of the year when nature puts on a spectacular display with the reds and golds and flaming oranges of the autumn tree leaves.
Gardening in July
We’re moving along into High Summer, which means if the weather holds, at the weekend and once the holidays start, you’ll likely be spending more time outdoors than indoors.
May. Prune, Tidy and Sow!
With apologies in advance for the fact that this month’s To Do blog sounds suspiciously like an episode of TV’s Casualty or Holby City because as we move this month (May) from Spring to early Summer we need to remember PTS.