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  1. Plant bare root trees and shrubs from November to March

    Plant bare root trees and shrubs from November to March

    Bare root plants are exactly that: their roots are bare of soil or container. These plants are grown in open ground and then dug up to be planted elsewhere. Lift... Read More
  2. Plant now for spring and summer scent

    Plant now for spring and summer scent

    Let’s think ahead to spring and summer scent, jumping quickly over those lovely sweet-scented winter plants like witch hazel, sarcocca and Algerian iris. Spring and summer is not that far... Read More
  3. Here's what to do in the October garden

    There’s plenty to do in the October garden. It’s all about clearing and cleaning up, planting and moving, and getting ready for autumn rains and winds. It can be a... Read More
  4. Enjoying and caring for late-flowering roses

    Some roses flower well into October and beyond, either because they flower for much of the year or because they have a good second flush of blooms from late summer... Read More
  5. Plant spring cabbage now for spring greens from February

    Plant spring cabbage now for spring greens from February

    Cabbage has become a pretty cool vegetable and spring cabbage is one of the family. It’s full of vitamin C, especially when raw in dishes like coleslaw. (‘Cole’ comes from... Read More
  6. Sow and grow rocket for salad leaves in the autumn

    Rocket is a most unfussy and very leafy plant which you can keep on sowing and growing well into the autumn. It’s the slightly peppery green salad leaf that’s known... Read More
  7. 3 tips for August bank holiday in the garden

    3 tips for August bank holiday in the garden

    It’s the August bank holiday in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and, as is traditional, the weather picture is mixed. Here are three tips for what to do in the... Read More
  8. Grow winter salad leaves from seed

    Grow winter salad leaves from seed

    I’m thinking about sowing some salad leaves for the winter. Yes, you read that correctly. It really is perfectly possible to grow winter salad leaves, even if it gets quite... Read More
  9. Water camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas well in dry spells

    Water camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas well in dry spells

    Camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas which put on such a colourful show in the spring are forming their flower buds now. Dry weather in summer or autumn can mean poor flowering... Read More
  10. How to dry or freeze your very own herbs

    If you’ve been enjoying herbs from your garden, and you’ve got enough to spare (you may even have a glut!), it’s time to dry or freeze them for use over... Read More
  11. Be bold and use bold colour in the garden

    Be bold and use bold colour in the garden

    Bold use of colour can play a big part in making your garden look great. Repeating the same colour across your garden gives it a rhythm and helps it hang... Read More
  12. Repurposing is a gardening tradition

    Repurposing is a gardening tradition

    This is the second of our two-part blog about reclaiming, reusing and repurposing in the garden. Have a look at Part 1  about using reclaimed furniture in the garden. The... Read More

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