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April 12, 2022
Plant of the Month (April) - Lavendar

Lavender is a popular perennial that can come back year after year. The foliage is wonderfully aromatic, suites a dry sunny position and is attractive to pollinating beesWe have many varieties to choose from, so pop in store and get planting today!

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April 12, 2022
What to do in the garden in April

Sow hardy annuals, herbs and wild flower seed outdoors Protect fruit blossom from late frosts Keep on top of the weeds and hoe around the borders and beds Roses will now be showing plenty of signs of life so start feeding with a feed such as top rose This month would be ideal time to […]

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March 22, 2022
Gardening Jobs For March

Gardening jobs for March Hoe and mulch around plant beds to keep the weeds under control Force Rhubarb (Stock now in) Top dress pots with fresh compost Lift and divide perennial plants Plant shallots onion sets and early potatoes Dig in plenty of organic soil conditioner such as organic farm manure Use an organic based […]

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March 17, 2022
What to plant right now - Dahlias!

Perfect timing Dahlias won’t survive a frost as they are tender tubers. So early spring is the perfect time to plant them! Dahlias grow best in a fertile, well-drained soil type and thrive in most sunny place, but a sheltered position is ideal. You can plant Dahlia bulbs in the ground or in pots. Be […]

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February 7, 2022
What to do in the garden in February

Things to do this month Its time to buy onion sets and summer flowering bulbs such as dahlias and Gladioli Clean and fill bird baths and feeders. Create a wildlife pile. Add woody cuttings such as autumn raspberry canes, and other material from around the garden. Place the pile out of the way and leave […]

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February 7, 2022
What to plant in February

Primula vulgaris (Also known as wild primrose) These dainty hardy perennials thrive in any aspect but love a free draining soil. Often seen growing naturally in woodland areas Mimosa The fragrant Mimosa has beautifully feathered foliage which is covered with masses of fragrant yellow flowers in spring. It looks fantastic in a patio container but […]

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February 7, 2022
February's Plant of the Month

Sarcococca (also known as Sweet box) A seasonal evergreen winter shrub that forms a dense thicket of glossy leaves. Its tiny very fragrant white flowers appear in winter, when little else is in flower. Sarcococca is one of those plants that you plant and easily forget about until the lovely sweet scent hits you full-on […]

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