Haddenham Garden Centre, between Thame and Aylesbury
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Enter our 2 prize draws each for a £25 Gift Voucher to spend in the Garden Centre or Coffee Shop, by filling in the following 2 short customer surveys. Closing date 28th January, the 2 winners will be announced shortly after.
Each will only take a few minutes to fill out. Good Luck!
Santa will be in his grotto every weeknd up until Saturday 23rd December – 11am – 4pm
- 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.