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  • 06/12/2019 - Gardeneer 0 Comments
    December in Your Garden

    December is always busy as we look forward to Christmas and the New Year celebrations. We could be forgiven for sitting back and staying cosy. However, there are plants that are always associated with this festive month.If you have an apple, hawthorn, lime or poplar tree, you might like to try growing your own mistletoe. Collect some berries from a mistletoe plant or branch and rub them into the cracks in the bark of your trees; then let the mistletoe grow and flourish from your tree’s nutrients

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  • A picture of a rake and wheelbarrow contained with dry leaves
    06/11/2019 - Gardeneer 0 Comments
    November in your garden

    Winter is coming! Not that Game of Thrones showed any gardens of course! November with its short days and cold winds means that plants need protection from frost, gales and freezing rains. However, as winter approaches it’s the best time to prepare.

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  • A garden full of shrubs, bushes and trees
    01/10/2019 - Gardeneer 0 Comments
    October in your garden

    October is the best month for autumn colour – as trees and shrubs enter their dormant period they reward us with one final display. 

    Evergreen foliage is the backbone of the garden at any time of year, but especially in autumn. However, Japanese Acers are the undisputed kings of autumn colour although they don’t grow where soil is too dry or highly alkaline. A way round this is to grow one in a container by using ericaceous compost and not letting it, or any Acer, dry out as that is the one thing they all hate.

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  • An image of a Basket Of Fuschia Flowers
    23/09/2019 - Gardeneer 0 Comments
    September in your garden

    September is generally a cooler, gustier month than August and the days are noticeably shorter. There are some jobs, however, like preparing the lawn for winter and pruning, that are best done at this time of year.

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