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The Garden in April 2024- ‘Between the Showers’

The Garden in April 2024- ‘Between the Showers’

By April we are well and truly into spring and as such it is surely one of the most exciting months of the year. Helped by longer days and higher angles of the sun as well as the often dramatic April showers the garden suddenly begins to look vibrant and alive...
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The Garden in March - ‘Springing into Action’

The Garden in March - ‘Springing into Action’

At last magical March has arrived and my ‘new’ book informs me that ‘as the weather improves and the soil warms, nature herself is stirred into action’.
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The Garden in February 2024

The Garden in February 2024

I’m certain that you will all be pleased to read that over the Christmas period I came across another book about gardening through the year and I am sure it will help me come up with some new ideas for future blogs.
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The Garden in January 2024

The Garden in January 2024

Firstly, may I wish you all the very best for 2024 not just in your gardens but for all that you are involved in. As I look forward to the new year but see all the problems which we face in this world of ours all I feel that I really know for certain is that...
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The December Garden 2023

The December Garden 2023

I love the optimism of my RHS ‘Gardening Through the Year’ book in which it says that December can be a wonderful month in the garden. Also that although the days are short, on the whole the weather is not too bad, with wonderfully clear, frosty, sunny days when it can be a pleasure to be out!
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The November Garden 2023

The November Garden 2023

My RHS ‘Gardening Through the Year ‘ book tells me that November can be a damp, raw month which, I admit, is not a great way to begin this month’s blog. However, even in November although flowers may be scarce there are still the last days of this year’s autumn leaves, many colourful fruits, and evergreen foliage as well as decorative stems and barks to bring interest to the garden even on the dullest of days.
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The September Garden

The September Garden

My RHS book on ‘Gardening through the Year’ tells me that September is a wonderful month and I whole-heartedly agree. True the shortening of the days are a sign that the year is moving on but there is so much to admire and enjoy in the first month of the autumn.
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Top 5 Plants For Autumn Colour

Top 5 Plants For Autumn Colour

As the days start to draw in and the leaves on the trees are beginning to change, our gardens may also look like they need sprucing up and refilling with new pops of vibrant colour!
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How To Plant Bulbs

How To Plant Bulbs

Bulbs make a stunning display planted in pots, containers or borders and are one of the easiest, yet rewarding plants to grow. 
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Creating a Bee Friendly Garden

Creating a Bee Friendly Garden

Bees are a crucial part of our lives. They are vital to pollinate the food we need to survive as well as being one of the main pollinators for many of the trees and flowers that provide habitat for wildlife.
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How To Plant a Rose

How To Plant a Rose

Roses are beautiful, traditional flowers which can provide a sense of elegance to any outdoor space. If you’re new to planting, in this blog we will be talking through how to plant a rose and how to care for it afterwards.
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How to Grow Sunflowers

How to Grow Sunflowers

Sunflowers are super easy to grow from seed and is fun for all the family. They’re one of the nations most-loved flowers and add a lovely pop of colour and character to the garden. Check out our simple 4-step grow guide to growing the perfect sunflower!
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