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The Garden in August

The Garden in August Another month has passed by and we find ourselves in the midst of the school summer holidays, not that it has been feeling much like summer recently!!  To me the month of August should be a sultry affair of overcast humid days and a time when families get to enjoy each […]

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A-Z of Pruning During August

Here is the A-Z of things to prune, deadhead and train during the summer month of August. Prune Apple – Cordons, Fans and Espaliers – Shorten new growth. Buddleia alternifolia – Once the shrub has finished flowering you can cut back all the flowered stems. Ceanothus – Prune back after flowering by shortening all shoots […]

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May in the Garden

The Garden in May After April was a cold chilly affair here’s hoping that the garden in May will provide us with the Spring sunshine we are all so desperately in need of not only so we can shed some winter clothing but to encourage the wildlife and plants to flourish! At the beginning of 2016 […]

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Things to Prune during January

I have found a marvellous A-Z of what to prune throughout the year so each month I’ll let you know what to prune! Apple trees – prune now to retain shape and size. Blackberry and Loganberry – cut all stems down to the ground. Buddleia Davidii – cut back hard to the main stem. Cornus […]

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