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May Garden Jobs

Most of April was a glorious month of warmth and sun enabling the garden and wildlife to burst into life, sadly May has not started so favourably and there has been a definite chill in the air and rather hard night frosts (remember to protect your tender plants!).  May brings with it the sound of […]

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April in the Garden

After the wettest winter on record what a difference some warm Spring sunshine is making, Spring has definitely Sprung!  Bees and butterflies have been out and about, the birds are beginning to nest and trees, shrubs, grass and weeds are all bursting into life, the days are longer and warmer making April a busy gardening […]

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September Garden Jobs

Misty mornings and dewy grass can mean only one thing – Autumn is on the way. Autumn is my favourite season of the year with its intense colours, nature’s free harvest of blackberries and sloes, the hope of an Indian summer, bonfire night and crunchy leaves all make this a dramatic season. The garden is […]

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Garden Jobs During May

Winter came back to bite us during early April but now Spring is finally getting under-way, the sound of swifts, swallows and the odd cuckoo fill the sky and there is a general buzz around the garden, we should all be experiencing some lovely warm weather and now the garden has finally erupted into life, […]

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