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This month in the Garden

Over the coming months, join me as I show you how to do jobs in the garden on a month by month basis.  As a horticulturalist and garden designer, I'll be guiding you through the seasons ahead, sharing tips, successes and failures and exploring some of the new and inventive products on the market.

Join me to see what jobs I recommend you should be doing in the garden each month with this 'How To' guide

1st July 2022
July is typically the warmest month of the year, and one of the driest and sunniest too. By following these key principles to watering, not only will...
1st June 2022
While having a garden that is fulfilling though all months of the year takes some time and attention, June is a month where the beauty of plants and...
1st May 2022
As summer approaches, many of us are looking at our garden grass and wondering what we need to be doing. Recognising the ups, downs and differing...
1st April 2022
April can be a month of changeable and often deceiving weather. You may know the saying, ‘March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers’. The...
1st March 2022
In less than 12 weeks, at the beginning of June, you can be fairly sure there won’t be another frost. Your garden can be enriched with the non-stop...
1st February 2022
It’s February, and spring is on the horizon. Fresh spear-like foliage of narcissus and tulips are pushing up through frosty soil, while worms are...
1st January 2022
For some, digging the vegetable beds and forking around the borders is something they find brings warmth and satisfaction during the winter months...
1st December 2021
Our houseplants can provide a much-needed boost of greenery in the winter months, if the views from our windows are lacking an uplifting sign of life...
1st November 2021
Many inland areas of the UK tend to see their first frost after the summer, in November. Some coastal areas in the west especially can remain frost-...

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