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July in the Garden

July Garden Jobs Apologies for the lack of posts during June the truth is that I had an operation in May which needed a long recovery time and during which I lost total interest in the garden as I was unable to do anything!  This was highly frustrating when you see your greenhouse dry out and […]

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A-Z of Things to Prune in June

A-Z of Pruning in June Here is your handy guide of what to prune in June (I’m a poet & I didn’t know it!).  As April was such a cold month many plants took a while to get going during May and as a result are still in catch up mode so you may have […]

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A-Z of May Pruning

Things to Prune During May It’s that time of the month again when I give you the list of things that you can happily prune in the garden.  At the end of this list I have also added some plants which can be trained onto supports or those that need tips pinching out.  As April was a […]

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February Garden Jobs

Although it has an additional day this year February still remains the shortest month of the year and is the last month of winter.  February can give us glimpses of spring but beware as we can be plunged back into the depths of winter overnight.  So far winter has been very mild and wet which […]

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A-Z of February Pruning

The garden during February can be a chilly affair but pruning back trees and shrubs is sure to keep you warm and will also keep you garden in tip top shape. Here is your A-Z of things to prune in the garden during February. Apple – Prune in winter to keep tree size, shape and growth […]

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Weekend Garden Jobs

Weekend Garden Jobs If you’re not totally loved up with it being Valentines tomorrow here are some garden jobs 🙂 Plan ahead and buy gladioli, dahlias and summer flowering bulbs. Dead head winter flowering pansies and viola’s this will help extend their flowering. If you are lucky enough to have one clean your greenhouse. Plant […]

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