Gardening Tips

Gardening Tips For December

December is a quiet month in the gardening calendar. If it is a dry sunny day there is always plenty of digging and preparation to be done ready for next year.

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Gardening Tips for January

January is often a very cold month and your garden will look a little sparse and empty. It is the best time of the gardening calendar to sit back and make plans for the forthcoming year.

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Gardening Tips for February

February can sometimes be a mild month and bring an early spring, or it may remain very cold. The activities in your garden will be decided upon by temperature.

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Gardening Tips for March

March sees more activity in the garden and the greenhouse, and there are plenty of jobs for you to roll your sleeves up and get stuck into.

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Gardening Tips for April

Pick off dead flowers from spring flowering bulbs but leave the green leaves alone as they feed the bulb ready for next year and will die back once they have done their job.

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Gardening Tips for May

Plant out Begonias, Dahlias and other summer bulbs/corms if you have not already done so.

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Gardening Tips for June

Hanging baskets, containers and bedding plants will need watering daily also feeding on a regular basis. Even if it rains they still require watering!

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Gardening Tips for July

Support tall perennials such as Delphiniums and Lupins if you have not already done so.

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Gardening Tips for August

Watering is a priority especially for new plants and containers.

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Gardening Tips for September

Harvest your crops. When storing apples choose only sound, unblemished fruit. Either cook and freeze the rest of the surplus or preserve it by making chutney.

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