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08 December, 2022 |

With the mild temperatures we have been having our lawns are continuing to grow late into the season...

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05 December, 2022 |

If you keep many mature plants in pots, now is a good time to knock the pot off and check the roots are healthy looking...

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28 November, 2022 |

With the constant rain at the moment, indoor jobs are a good thing...

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19 November, 2022 |

There is still time to be planting evergreen shrubs. They are a great way to fill in a bare space in the border...

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10 November, 2022 |

Trim back Hydrangea Paniculata. The beautiful heads of this plant are quite heavy and as the Autumn winds increase there is a risk that the shoots may split...

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22 October, 2022 |

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21 September, 2022 |

Now is a great time to get planting, especially tress, shrubs and hedging...

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17 September, 2022 |

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01 September, 2022 |

Train conifers. Cut back the main shoots to restrict their size and stop them growing huge...


05 August, 2022 |

Roy Chandler, who owns Gardeners Paradise, in Canterbury, also advises that another money and water saver is to use coconut coir as a mulch because it retains moisture easily and naturally.

He said: “Coir mulch is a natural by-product from the inside of a coconut which in the garden both holds water and drains well keeping plants hydrated. In addition, it slowly breaks down, adding nutrients back into the soil as compost. Coir also helps control weeds and lasts up to three years.”


31 January, 2022 |


31 January, 2022 |