April jobs for the garden

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wellies
April is a good month for the garden and gardeners alike. As the weather warms and flowers begin to bloom there becomes plenty to do in the garden, so wellies on and get out there. Weeds - You need to give the garden a good check and focus on an area at a time. Careful weeding of one patch will ... Read More

March jobs for the garden

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snowdrops
March is a time when lots of people start to think about their gardens again. The winter months are finally on their way out and gardens are springing to life. Occasional sunny days mean that we spend more time in our gardens and notice what needs doing next.  Here are a few of the many jobs that March brings. Hedges ... Read More

December jobs for the garden

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Snowman
Gardening is not usually top priority this month with festive celebrations taking place. As long as you have protected your garden from the cold and finished pruning jobs such as freestanding apples and pears you can take some time to enjoy other peoples hard work in their gardens and the festive events they hold. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lists/our-top-winter-gardens https://www.hestercombe.com/event/father-christmas-somerset-2019/ https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/christmas-carols-in-the-garden-tickets-78352282787 https://www.leonardsleegardens.co.uk/all-events/shopfest Make sure ... Read More

November jobs for the garden

Greengage TeamMonthly jobs for the garden

Icy tree
Autumn is ending and the weather is becoming increasingly cold as winter approaches. A lot of your time will be spent protecting your plants and structures from the cold weather. Some top tips to get your garden ready for winter. Clear up rotting plants and decaying leaves it will make your garden look tidier and can prevent the spread of ... Read More

October jobs for the garden

Greengage TeamMonthly jobs for the garden

Pumpkin
October definitely can feel like a month for tidying and beginning the putting the garden to bed. It’s important to start preparing for frost and keeping on top of the fallen leaves even if it does feel like a never-ending battle. It is essential to ensure light is getting through to the plants and to prevent diseases spreading. It is ... Read More