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  1. Plan ahead for spring cabbage and early onions

    Spring 2017 may sound a long way off but it will soon be here. Plan ahead for some garden vegetables to be ready next spring. A burst of freshness will... Read More
  2. 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
  3. Weeds - some ideas on how to wage war

    Weeds - some ideas on how to wage war

    It’s not easy to get rid of determined weeds. Before you pick up a spray (dangerous and not always effective) try some other methods. Read on and good luck! Weeds... Read More
  4. Plant spring bulbs in pots now to lift your spirits in 2017

    Plant spring bulbs in pots now to lift your spirits in 2017

    Planting your choice of bulbs now, in your choice of outdoor pots, will give you hours of pleasure as winter slowly turns into spring. And, as Christine Skelmersdale of Broadleigh... Read More
  5. Pyracantha in red, orange or yellow can look quite amazing

    Pyracantha in red, orange or yellow can look quite amazing

    Pyracantha is a shrub which produces bright red, orange or yellow berries in the autumn. It can look quite amazing. Pyracantha comes from two Greek words: pyr - fire and... Read More
  6. Garden jobs - small and large - in early August

    Garden jobs - small and large - in early August

    Rain or shine, gardens keep on growing and garden jobs keep on coming. Early August, and the next few weeks, is all about keeping your garden and pots in good... Read More
  7. Controlling tomato plants and lifting early potatoes

    Controlling tomato plants and lifting early potatoes

    Keeping tomato plants under control Tomatoes are going wild now. I gave a friend six plants I’d raised from seed and last week he sent an emergency text: Toms running... Read More
  8. Gardening tips: buy bargain plants and make your bulbs last

    Gardening tips: buy bargain plants and make your bulbs last

    Bargain plants and making bulbs last from one year to the next can reduce the cost of gardening. Top tip: bargain plants Garden fetes, plant tables at school fairs and... Read More
  9. Tips for planting out seedlings

    Tips for planting out seedlings

    Follow our tips for planting out seedlings of green leafy veg and leeks When seedlings are at least 10cm tall: Water them well the day before you plan to move... Read More
  10. Keep safe in your garden - canes, electricity, feet, tools ...

    Keep safe in your garden - canes, electricity, feet, tools ...

    Gardens - a safe and quiet place to relax, enjoy peace and the company of friends and family? Or a place of danger? (Remember Miss Marple deadheading ....) All of... Read More
  11. What is Miss Marple doing in her garden? Deadheading, secateurs

    What is Miss Marple doing in her garden? Deadheading, secateurs

    Miss Marple, one of Agatha Christie’s most well known characters, spends a lot of time in her garden in St Mary Mead. More often than not she’s deadheading her roses... Read More
  12. Create a garden indoors with houseplants

    Create a garden indoors with houseplants

    Create a garden indoors Houseplants offer colours, shapes and sizes to suit every room and mood. With a little care many live for years. Most appreciate some TLC as summer... Read More

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