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Jobs for you to complete in the garden and veg patch on a weekly basis

Weekend Garden Jobs

Weekend Garden Jobs Can’t believe that the end of April is nigh and that the weather is so ghastly feeling more like winter than Spring apparently tomorrow (Saturday) is supposed to feel warmer – fingers crossed that bank holiday Monday isn’t a wash out either.  I am still reluctant to put my chillies which I […]

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Big Garden Birdwatch

The weather is mixed this weekend so if you are unsure of what to do why not give the birds within our gardens a helping hand and take part in this years Big Garden Birdwatch from the RSPB. Over half a million take part in this survey every year and the data collected is so […]

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Weekend Garden Jobs

Weekend Garden Jobs So far this month has been mild but the weather is set to turn much colder this weekend with a touch of the white stuff in places so if you haven’t done so already protect your tenders. Lift and store dahlia’s. Trees and hedging can be planted now. With frosts forecast the […]

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Weekend Garden Jobs

The weekend weather is continuing with the slightly cooler but sunny theme so I say get out and enjoy the great outdoors as we never know when it’ll come to a wet, cold end!! Mulch roses with well-rotted manure, compost or in the case of my husband grass clippings! The foliage of early spring flowering […]

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Weekend Garden Jobs

Weed and Mulch your borders. It’s not too late to prune your shrub roses. Tie in climbing plants. Continue dead-heading daffodils. Mow the lawn – providing it’s not too wet! Sow hardy annuals where they are to flower such as Pot Marigold, Scarlet Flax, Night Scented Stocks & Nasturtiums. Half hardy annuals such as Zinnia, […]

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Weekend Garden Jobs

Wet and windy weather is due to sweep across the country this weekend so make the most of any dry sunny spells. Also don’t forget that the clocks go forward this weekend as we leap into Spring!! Keeping the blades high you can cut the grass. Weed & feed the lawn. Sow sweet peas. Plant […]

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