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  1. Help! What do I do with this lovely bowl of Christmas bulbs?

    Whether you planted them or bought them, bowls of Christmas bulbs are lovely to have around. Their fragrance scents the air. Their colour brightens the atmosphere. They confirm that spring... Read More
  2. Ten great Christmas presents for gardeners (plus one for luck)

    Ten great Christmas presents for gardeners (plus one for luck)

    It’s so easy to choose Christmas presents for gardeners. Here are ten ideas which might suit a gardener you know. Plus a bonus idea for luck! Under £15 1. Seeds... Read More
  3. 'Autumn cleaning' glass: the time has come

    'Autumn cleaning' glass: the time has come

    It’s not very exciting but it will make you feel virtuous and it can – perhaps – be quite fulfilling. What am I talking about? Autumn cleaning, tidying and reorganising... Read More
  4. Love your garden by clearing up and using garden compost

    Love your garden by clearing up and using garden compost

    Clear up and use your garden compost to sort out your plants and improve the soil ready for next year. It will make your garden look and feel loved for... Read More
  5. Protect wildlife on Bonfire Night, and use the ash in your garden

    Protect wildlife on Bonfire Night, and use the ash in your garden

      This year Bonfire Night falls on a Saturday and you may be having a party. You know we're keen on wildlife so you won't be surprised we're reminding you... Read More
  6. 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
  7. Gardening novices, this is what to do in autumn!

    Gardening novices, this is what to do in autumn!

    Gardening novices, this is for you! Here we bring together the main points of what to do in autumn, with links to our more detailed blog posts. Autumn begins on... Read More
  8. Protect tender plants and take the tomatoes in hand this autumn

    As the cooler weather of autumn arrives, it’s time for us to help the last of the tomatoes to ripen and to protect more tender plants. Time has flown and... Read More
  9. Potatoes to store, and some to eat now

    Potatoes to store, and some to eat now

    It was hot earlier this week so it was definitely time to dig up the last of the potatoes. A gardeners’ law might be that the hardest jobs are done... Read More
  10. Late summer hair cuts for lavender, rosemary and box

    Late summer hair cuts for lavender, rosemary and box

    Late summer is the time to cut back lavender, rosemary and box edges and hedges. Hair cuts all round as the autumn sets in! Keeping things under control Lavender, rosemary... Read More
  11. Runner bean glut? A few suggestions about what you can do

    Runner bean glut? A few suggestions about what you can do

    Dwarf and runner bean glut. Sarah Buchanan Harvest Over the past few months, we’ve been enthusiastically encouraging you to sow and plant vegetables from beans to greens. Now, we... Read More
  12. Garden care: gloves off to sore hands!

    Garden care: gloves off to sore hands!

    Gardeners' hands need as much care as, or more care than gardens. Out in the garden and on our patios and courtyards, our hands do a lot of hard work... Read More

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