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    Posted at January 23, 2018 | Categories : News
  • January Jobs in the Garden

    This is a good time to clean old pots, seed trays & even your greenhouse. Thorough cleaning (using Citrox) will reduce pest & disease problems, it will also reduce any propagation issues you may face.

    • Prune apple & pear trees.
    • Keep putting food & water out for hungry birds.
    • Dig over vacant plots of land that have not already been dug.
    • Sow seeds of Begonia, Lobelia, Salvia & Pelargoniums in a heated greenhouse or propagator.
    • Sweet Peas can be sown this month.
    • Cut off old leaves of Hellebores.
    • Rake up any winter debris & leaves off your borders.
    • Inspect any stored tubers such as Dahlia’s for signs of drying out.
    • Bare-root hedging can still be planted this month.
    • Check tree ties & tree stakes on established plants this month. Replace, tighten or slacken them where necessary.
    • Use mulch (applied thickly) to prevent roots from being frosted on newly planted trees & shrubs.
    • Put rabbit guards around newly planted trees & shrubs to protect bark from rabbit damage.
    • Repair lawn edges, especially around flower & shrub borders.
    • Mole activity will increase during January & February due to mating. Remove large hills & re-firm before overseeding in Spring.
    • Place floats on the surface of your pond to prevent freezing.
    • Rake out fallen leaves from your pond.
    • In dry spells, you can treat timber structures, including garden furniture with wood preservatives or stain. (We recommend Ronseal products for all your needs)
    • Put lagging around outdoor taps.
    • Take action to remove algae from paths. (We recommend Patio Magic)
    • Water houseplants sparingly. (most prefer to be barely moist in winter)
    • Keep indoor azaleas cool & well watered. (water with rain water not tap water.)
    • If it snows remove the snow from the branches of conifers, climbing plants & light limbed shrubs to prevent splitting & other damage.

    Posted at January 15, 2018 | Categories : News
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    Posted at January 3, 2018 | Categories : News
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    Santa will be in his grotto every weeknd up until Saturday 23rd December – 11am – 4pm

    Posted at November 20, 2017 | Categories : News
  • 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, 2017 | Categories : News
  • September jobs in the garden

    • Sow sweet peas in a cold frame or greenhouse for early summer blooms next year.
    • Divide cottage garden perennials such as Crocosmia, this will improve flowering the following year.
    • Pick autumn fruiting raspberries.
    • Continue to deadhead plants such as delphiniums, roses & penstemons to prolong display & give colour well into the month.
    • Don’t overlook hanging basket maintenance – a little deadheading, watering, & feeding can keep them going until mid-autumn. Once they are past their best, re-plant as winter/spring hanging baskets with spring-flowering bulbs, winter heathers, trailing ivies, pansies & viola’s.
    • Start planting spring flowering bulbs.
    • Bring inside tender perennials, such as fuchsias, gazanias, lantanas & abutilons before frosts cause damage.
    • It’s a very good time to plant trees & shrubs, they will have time to establish before winter giving them the chance to get off to a flying start next spring.
    • Evergreen hedges can have their final trim before winter.
    • Climbing roses can be pruned once they have finished flowering.
    • Mow your lawn less frequently during autumn.
    • Harden your lawn up for the winter by applying an autumn lawn feed  (Evergreen autumn lawn care).  Do this after scarifying & aerating but before applying a top dressing.
    • This is the last month to apply a lawn weedkiller.
    • Cover your ponds with netting to stop leaves falling into your pond.
    • Remove dead leaves from waterlilies as the foliage dies back.  Now is also a good time to divide waterlilies.
    • Take advantage of any dry weather to paint fences, sheds & other wooden structures – we recommend Ronseal products.
    • Clean up patios & hard surfaces to get rid of moss & algae.  Doing this now will prevent them becoming slippery during the winter – we recommend Patio magic.
    • Remove any greenhouse shading as temperatures start to fall.
    • Get your compost bins ready for autumn, when fallen leaves will quickly fill them – we recommend Garotta as a compost maker.
    • Install a water butt to collect rain water from your down-pipe. Rainwater is very beneficial for watering acid loving plants like camellias & rhododendrons.
    • Start to reduce your watering of houseplants as light levels drop.
    • Plant prepared hyacinths before the end of the month to get flowers for Christmas.
    • When bringing plants indoors, check carefully for any pests & disease they may have picked up outside, in particular red spider mite, mealybug & scale insect. Inspect rootballs & compost for vine weevil larvae. Please ask a member of staff for advice if you find any of the above on how best to treat affected area.

     

    Posted at September 8, 2017 | Categories : News
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  • August Jobs in the Garden

    • Start to cut back cottage garden plants that have already flowered.
    • Continue to dead head bedding plants in borders, containers & hanging baskets to prolong flowering.
    • It is still important to continue to feed your planted arrangements & hanging baskets, we recommend soluble Q4.
    • Prune climbing & rambling roses that do not repeat flower or produce rosehips, once the flowers have finished.
    • Powdery mildew can be prevalent this time of year, treat with Fungus fighter.
    • Prune Wisteria & Pyracantha after flowering.
    • Lightly prune Hebe’s & Lavenders after flowering.
    • Make sure all plants are well watered throughout dry sunny spells.
    • Blackspot on roses is very common. Remove affected & fallen leaves & burn them to prevent spread.
    • When mowing your lawn raise the blades, this will help reduce drought stress.
    • Browning on the lawn is very common at this time of year. Don’t water the grass unless absolutely necessary. It will green up when the autumn rains arrive.
    • Water houseplants freely when they are in growth.
    • Feed your houseplants, usually once every two weeks with a liquid feed, we recommend Baby Bio.
    • Damp down greenhouses on hot days to maintain humidity levels.
    • Keep your ponds & water features topped up.
    • Start to feed your soil with organic matter.
    • Cut out old fruited canes on your raspberries.

    Posted at August 7, 2017 | Categories : News
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