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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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Roses are glorious during June

June in the Garden

June in the Garden The arrival of June brings the start of summer and a celebration of all things British including Wimbledon, Asparagus, Strawberries, The Derby, Pimms, Glastonbury, Royal Ascot, Summer solstice, village fetes and not forgetting the Queens official birthday which is made all the more special as she celebrates 90 wonderful years! The […]

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November Garden Jobs

Autumn is well and truly underway and the trees still have plenty of leaf which is giving off a blaze of colour.  As many of us prepare to don our hats and gloves to celebrate Guy Fawkes please remember to check your bonfires for wildlife before you light them!! Although it has been very mild 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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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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Weekend Garden Jobs

Dead head daffodils but no need to tie up their leaves just leave them to die down naturally. Divide large clumps of snowdrops – they establish much better when still in leaf this is referred to as “planting in the green”. De-thatch and aerate the lawn. Weed the borders. Sow some seeds – here are […]

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