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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 2020
Around this time in mid-summer, the garden is in full swing and a vivid display of colour and form is hopefully on a show in your borders. However,...
15th June 2020
When it comes to pruning shrubs, the go-to shape for anyone who loves to waft a hedge trimmer, is the blob! No matter the shrub, give it the short...
31st March 2020
The appearance of snowdrops in February and the rivers of golden daffodils in March are some of the early flowering events we’ve just enjoyed, both...
3rd March 2020
Have you ever visited a garden and been blown away by the perennial borders, with lots of one plant in big sweeping drifts, blocks or repeating...
3rd February 2020
In around two months from now, millions of Brits will flock to nurseries and garden centres to fill their trolley with plants spruce up their garden...
10th January 2020
I love a good declutter, and fruit trees appreciate it too . As the fruit trees bare their stems in winter, take the opportunity to assess and make...
12th December 2019
Shrubs and trees chosen for their winter stem colour provide some of the most dependable and long-lasting vibrancy to see your garden through the...
20th November 2019
For some, autumn brings with it a potential new weekend hobby leaf clearing ! F or some it’s a real nuisance, but for others, a fantastic and...
8th October 2019
The change in seasons always brings about a renewed level of excitement for me and now that Autumn has arrived, alterations in the garden are not the...

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