Gardening tips

Worm Casts

Worm Casts

Did you know that if your lawn looks like this then you have healthy soil? Check out these tips from the Royal Horticultural Society https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/profile?pid=806 #wormcasts #healthylawn #aeratedlawns #turfhealth #enfield...

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Feeding Your Garden

Feeding Your Garden

It is now the perfect time to spread compost or bark in beds and around shrubs and hedges. We can supply and lay soil conditioner which is created locally and is full of essential nutrients to boost the fertility of soil. It helps promote vibrant...

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February Gardening Tips

February Gardening Tips

Keep an eye on Trees and Fences during ‘annual’ high winds – call us if you need help with a fence repair… Prune trees Prune Wisteria Prune winter-flowering shrubs that have finished flowering Prune hardy evergreen hedges, and...

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January Gardening Tips

January Gardening Tips

January Gardening Tips – Dig over any beds / vacant plots that have not been dug already – Repair and re-shape lawn edges – Prune trees – Plan your vegetable crop rotations for the coming season – Keep putting food...

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December Gardening Tips

December Gardening Tips

-Prevent ponds and outside water pipes from freezing -Prune apples and pears, acers, birches and vines -Deciduous trees and shrubs can still be planted and transplanted -Firm the ground around plants lifted by frost -Dig over ground reserved for...

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November Gardening Tips…

November Gardening Tips…

– Clear up fallen leaves – especially from lawns, ponds and beds – Raise containers onto pot feet to prevent water logging – Plant tulip bulbs for a spring display next year – Prune roses to prevent wind-rock –...

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September Gardening Tips…..

September Gardening Tips…..

– Collect and sow seed from perennials and hardy annuals – Net ponds before leaf fall gets underway – Keep up with watering of new plants, using rain / grey water if possible – Clean out cold frames and greenhouses so that...

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How is your fence looking?

How is your fence looking?

Having to replace a garden fence can be costly so it’s best to look after the one you have if it is in sound condition. Most fencing, when new, comes already treated but it’ s wise to keep that topped up throughout the years as there...

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August Gardening Tips

August Gardening Tips

– Prune Wisteria – Deadhead flowering plants regularly – Watering! Particularly containers, new plants – preferably with stored rainwater, old sink/bath water etc – Collect seeds from favourite plants – Lift...

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July Gardening Tips

July Gardening Tips

– Place conservatory plants outside now that it is warm – Water tubs and new plants if dry – water plants early in the morning so the foliage can dry off before the summer sun sets in or when sun has gone down – Deadhead...

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June Gardening Tips

June Gardening Tips

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