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September Garden Jobs

The Garden During September Children returning to school during September means that summer has passed and autumn arrived, although the weather is currently more summer like than autumn as we continue to enjoy outdoor family BBQ’s with the darker evenings being the only noticeable difference. Early mornings are another sign that autumn is arriving as […]

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March in the Garden

March in the Garden It is said that March comes “in like a lion and out like a Lamb” and although it is only the first week of the month I would say that was fairly accurate – the beginning of the week we were once again plunged into winter and 5 days later the […]

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Garden Jobs for August

Wow what a glorious summer we have had but now August has started the jet stream has decided to head south and so a period of unsettled weather is on the way – at least the garden will benefit from the rain. This month brings the close of summer and taking with it my favourite […]

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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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Garden Jobs for June

June is the month of the rose, contains the longest day of the year, the start of Wimbledon and the Queen celebrates her Official Birthday, its arrival also marks the start of summer. Borders and vegetables start to flourish and all your hard work in the garden can be admired. The risk of frost should […]

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