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  • October jobs in the garden

    • Divide herbaceous perennials.
    • Move tender plants into a greenhouse or conservatory.
    • Harvest apples, pears, grapes & nuts.
    • Prune climbing roses.
    • Plant wallflowers, winter pansies & other Spring bedding plants.
    • Plant your Spring flowering bulbs now.
    • Good time to plant herbaceous perennials.
    • A good month to move & plant trees, shrubs & climbers as well as for hedge planting.
    • Last chance to trim deciduous hedges.
    • Any disease affected leaves, like black spot on roses should be raked up & destroyed- DO NOT COMPOST, as this will only help spread the disease.
    • This is your last chance to scarify, aerate & top dress your lawn.
    • Apply an Autumn lawn feed.
    • Last chance to mow your lawn before winter.
    • Now is the time to remove any tender water plants from your pond. They can be kept in buckets of water in your greenhouse or conservatory.
    • Remove pumps or fountains from your ponds or water features, clean them & store them over winter.
    • This is a good time to clean your water butts, empty them, spray with a jet nozzle or scrub them out. This will get them ready to collect fresh water over the winter months.
    • Drain irrigation systems to prevent them freezing up.
    • Replace any glass in your greenhouse.
    • Get your lawnmower & hedge trimmer serviced whilst they are not in use.
    • Remember to turn your compost heap to speed up composition.
    • Reduce the amount of water you give your houseplants now.
    • Sweet pea’s can now be sown in the greenhouse for next Spring.
    • Insulate your greenhouse.
    • Plant up prepared hyacinths for Christmas or New year.

    Posted at October 17, 2018 | Categories : News
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  • July Jobs in the Garden

    • Cut back hardy geraniums & delphiniums after flowering to encourage a second flowering period and feed with Vitax Q4 after cutting.
    • Dead head bedding & perennial flower borders to prolong flowering.
    • Mulch borders to help retain moisture & keep weeds down, we recommend Mulch & Mix.
    • Liquid feed all containerised plants, keep them well watered throughout dry spells, we recommend Q4 soluble.
    • Keep an eye out for aphids, vine weevils & lily beetles (scarlet in colour) & all pests, we recommend ultimate bug killer.
    • Mildew & blackspot on roses should be treated with Roseclear.
    • Keep newly planted trees & shrubs well watered.
    • Keep an eye out for Clematis wilt. Clematis wilt is a fungal disease that causes the leaves to wilt & have black blotches on them. The only treatment is to cut it out.
    • Continue to mow your lawns except in drought conditions, during hot weather set the mower blades to a slightly higher level than normal. This will prevent the lawn from drying out.
    • Use a liquid feed on your lawn, we recommend using miracle grow lawn feed.
    • If you have a pond this is a great time to clear it of all the debris that may be lurking in the depths. This will improve water quality.
    • Take advantage of the dry weather to catch up on painting & preserving jobs – sheds, fences & garden furniture are all regularly in need of a new coat. We stock a large range of Ronseal products.

     

    Posted at July 4, 2018 | Categories : News
  • June Jobs in the Garden

    • Hoe borders regularly to keep weeds down.
    • Pinch out tomato side shoots.
    • Plant out summer bedding.
    • Stake tall or floppy plants.
    • Shade greenhouses to keep them cool, use greenhouse shading liquid.
    • Make sure plants are well watered during dry spells.
    • Divide Hostas as they come into growth.
    • Aphids multiply rapidly in the summer, control with Bug Clear ultra.
    • Mow & edge your lawns once a week.
    • Apply a high nitrogen feed to your lawn, we recommend Scott’s Lawn builder.
    • Prune deciduous Magnolias once in full leaf.
    • Clip evergreen hedges.
    • Prune flowering shrubs like Weigela, Deutzia & Philadelphus after they have flowered.
    • Tie in climbing & rambling roses.
    • Prune overcrowded, dead or diseased stems of Clematis Montana once it has finished flowering.
    • Remove reverted shoots on hardy variegated plants.
    • Sprinkle fertiliser around perennials, shrubs & roses, we recommend Vitax Q4.
    • Caterpillars, aphids & other fly pests can be problematic at this time of year, use PY products to control pests.
    • Check roses for signs of blackspot & aphids, we recommend Roseclear as a preventative.
    • To remove algae from paths & patios use Patio Magic
    • Prune out any remaining frost damage from evergreen shrubs.
    • Put your summer hanging baskets & containers out, keep an eye out for late frosts & fleece plants if required.
    • Harvest water we have a range of water butts available.
    • Dead head roses to encourage more blooms.
    • Large flowering poppies can be cut back to ground level after flowering, feed with Vitax Q 4 & water well.
    • Thin out fruit -  apples , pears etc.

     

    Posted at June 5, 2018 | Categories : News
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    Posted at June 5, 2018 | Categories : News
  • May Jobs in the Garden

    • Watch out for late frosts and protect tender plants with fleece.
    • Hedges can start to be clipped, check for nesting birds before you start.
    • Mow lawns weekly
    • Collect rainwater with a water butt.
    •  Hoe borders to prevent annual weeds from spreading.
    • Liquid feed plants in containers every two to four weeks.  Q4 soluble is a good general feed.
    • Top dress spring flowering Alpines with grit or gravel to prevent rotting.
    • Prune Clematis Montana after flowering.
    • Remove any reverted green shoots from variegated evergreens.
    • Tie in Rambling & climbing roses as near to horizontal as possible. This will encourage more side shoots, therefore producing more flowers.
    • Check roses for signs of black spot and aphids, we recommend Roseclear is used as a preventative.
    • Caterpillars, aphids and other flying pests can be a problem this time of year.  PY products are excellent at controlling these issues.
    • Apply a high nitrogen feed to your lawn to encourage a healthy looking lawn. Scott’s lawn builder lawn food is our recommendation.
    • Remove dirt and algae from walls, paving and patios, we recommend Patio Magic.
    • In dry spells, treat timber products with Ronseal timber care.
    • Apply greenhouse shading to the outside of glass to prevent temperatures soaring on sunny days.
    • If growing tomatoes, peppers and aubergines in a greenhouse remember to tie in the leading shoots. Stems are less likely to break or grow in an undesired direction if trained early on.
    • Apply a liquid feed to spring bulbs after they have flowered, to encourage good flowering next year, we recommend Q4 soluble.
    • Trim back Aubrietia and Alyssum after flowering, this encourages fresh growth and new flowers.

    Posted at May 2, 2018 | Categories : Gardening Tips and Advice,News
  • April Jobs in the Garden

    • Keep on top of your weeding.
    • Protect fruit trees & fruit bushes from late frosts using protective fleece.
    • Tie in climbing & rambling roses to trellis or wires.
    • Sow seeds of annuals, biennials, herbaceous plants & vegetable plants outdoors now. For best results prepare a good seedbed, free from weeds & stones.
    • Feed trees & shrubs – we recommend Vitax Q4.
    • Re-seed your lawn where patches have appeared.
    • Now is the time to divide Bamboos & waterlilies.
    • Sweet Peas can now be sown outdoors.
    • Divide herbaceous plants when they have grown too large for their allotted space.
    • Lavenders can be pruned now, protect open wound from frost.
    • Hoe your borders.
    • Protect your plants from slugs & snails.
    • Vine weevil larvae are active now, be aware if your plants suddenly start to wilt. Use vine weevil killer as a drench to control the problem.
    • Mulch rose beds with a 5- 8cm layer of organic matter, we recommend blended farm manure.
    • Remove frost damaged shoots from evergreen plants.
    • Put rabbit guards around newly planted trees & shrubs to protect the bark.
    • Mow your lawn as required.
    • Repair lawn edges.
    • Apply a high nitrogen lawn feed to encourage good strong growth. Scott’s lawn builder lawn food would be our recommendation.
    • Excellent time to apply a Lawn weedkiller.
    • Sow new lawns from Mid April.
    • Remove algae from paths & patios, Patio magic is our recommendation.
    • Treat timber structures, we recommend Ronseal products.
    • Start to use a liquid feed on your houseplants once you start to see signs of new growth.

    Posted at April 17, 2018 | Categories : Gardening Tips and Advice,News
  • March Jobs in the Garden

    • Protect new spring shoots from slugs – we recommend ‘slug gone’.
    • Plant shallots, onions & early potatoes now.
    • Now is the time to plant summer flowering bulbs.
    • Top dress containers with fresh compost.
    • Cut back Cornus & Salix grown for winter colour.
    • Start feeding pond fish & using pond fountain. Remove pond heaters now.
    • Prune bush & climbing roses.
    • Early Spring is a good time to plant Cottage garden plants.
    • Cut back ornamental grasses.
    • Divide Hosta’s before they come into leaf.
    • Continue to dead head winter pansies to prolong flowering.
    • Divide Hellebores & Polyanthus after flowering.
    • Feed borders with a general fertiliser – we recommend fish blood & bone.
    • Top dress Spring flowering alpines with horticultural grit or gravel, to prevent rotting.
    • Continue to plant deciduous hedging, shrubs, trees & climbers. Stakes & rabbit guards should be put in place at time of planting.
    • Feed roses with ‘TOPROSE’ as they come into growth.
    • Check tree ties & stakes. Replace, tighten or slacken them as required.
    • Trim winter flowering heathers as flowers fade.
    • Caterpillers, aphids & other flying pests may become problematic as weather starts to get milder.
    • Good time to lay Turf.
    • In late march apply a high nitrogen fertiliser to your lawn – we recommend Lawn builder lawn food.
    • Brush worm casts off your lawn once they have dried out.
    • Treat timber structures with wood preservatives & stains in drier spells – we would highly recommend RONSEAL products.
    • Remove algae from pathways etc – Patio Magic is excellent for this job.
    • Weed around trees & shrubs.
    • Lift & divide overgrown lumps of perennials.
    • Cut out any reverted (green) shoots from variegated shrubs etc.
    • Cut back late summer & autumn flowering clematis.
    • Renovate & thin out overgrown climbers.
    • Sow a wildflower meadow.
    • Molehills will continue to be a problem in Spring. (please speak to a member of staff for advice on options available)

    Posted at March 12, 2018 | Categories : News
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