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  1. Snow and wind damage: things to do in your garden now!

    Snow and wind damage: things to do in your garden now!

    Snow and wind damage in gardens may not have been your biggest worry during weeks of very bad weather. But as the weather improves, the sight of battered plants and... Read More
  2. Don’t leave plant house guests shivering behind the curtains!

    Don’t leave plant house guests shivering behind the curtains!

    Plants that cannot stand the cold and wet should be inside now, as house guests, in the greenhouse or, at the very least, under cover. The mild weather many of... Read More
  3. Good reasons to spend more time outside this winter

    Good reasons to spend more time outside this winter

    The great outdoors is beautiful at any time of year and that most definitely includes wintertime. In fact, winter has a particular beauty all of its own, from the big... Read More
  4. How to protect rattan garden furniture all year round

    How to protect rattan garden furniture all year round

    You’ve spent time choosing your lovely outdoor furniture and obviously you want it to last as long as possible. How can you protect it through the different seasons? If it's... Read More
  5. Frosty gardens can look so stunning

    Frosty gardens can look so stunning

    Frosty mornings can be perfectly lovely and plants outlined by frost are quite stunning. That is, when you've got time to stand and admire and when you’re sure you’ve protected... Read More
  6. Clip Virginia creeper and other late autumn gardening jobs

    Clip Virginia creeper and other late autumn gardening jobs

    Virginia creeper has started to cover the windows so the next few weeks are the time to clip it back. It's also time to 'renovate' tangled climbing and rambling roses... Read More
  7. Frost! Stop feeding pot plants and cover those tender courgettes!

    Frost! Stop feeding pot plants and cover those tender courgettes!

    The first frost often comes in October and it kills lush and tender growth. Time to stop feeding plants in pots and containers. Time to wrap up your courgettes to... Read More
  8. Alpine troughs, alpine weather (+ beans)

    Alpine troughs, alpine weather (+ beans)

    Alpine troughs or sinks Revive your patio with an easy to keep alpine trough or pot. Shallow sink with crocks before planting alpines (Sarah Buchanan) Choose a container: stone troughs... Read More

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