Spring is here and British Summer Time is about to begin, so there are lots of important jobs to do out in the garden.
That said, March can be an unpredictable month, so follow our top 10 gardening tips to keep your garden in tip-top condition.
The weather is still cold but the days are getting longer and there are a few tentative signs of spring. It’s time to read our February Garden Guide before getting out in your garden.
Start the new year as you mean to go on by getting out into your garden. Always on hand to help, here are our Top 10 Tips for making the most of your January garden.
Why not escape the hectic run-up to Christmas by getting out in your garden? There’s plenty of things to do, not least protecting your plants and garden equipment from the cold.
Here are our top 10 tips to help you make the most of your November garden, for the benefit of plants and wildlife alike.
As we move out of summer, The September Garden Guide is here to remind you of your key gardening tasks for the coming month.
During September, the nights will noticeably draw in and the temperature likely cool. It’s time to reflect on the passing summer, gather in the harvest and get your garden ready for autumn.
Here are our top 10 tips to help you make the most of your September garden and to ensure it is well prepared for the autumn and beyond.
August is the last full month of summer and one of the warmest of the year.
As well as continuing with some of July’s tasks, you will need to address other areas of your garden too.
Here are our top 10 tips to help you make the most of your August garden and to ensure you retain plenty of interest as we move into autumn.
July is often the warmest month of the year and your plants will be relying on you to help them cope with the hotter, drier conditions. Here are our top 10 tips for ensuring that your July garden remains in good shape and that you continue to enjoy those magnificent blooms.
In June, the warmer days and extra daylight hours encourage a surge of growth in your garden, but to fully appreciate those summer blooms you need to keep on top of everything.
Here are our top 10 tips for making the most of your June garden and ensuring that it remains in good shape for when we enter the second half of the year.
Top 10 June Gardening Tips
You’ve had your name on the waiting list for months, you get the phone call and – yes! - you are, at last, an allotment holder. Now you need to plan.
The Small Print
The first thing is to check over your assigned allotment to ensure all is good. Ask the council (if council owned) or site representative if any extra services are available. Some will rotavate plots free of charge - but only do this if the plot is weed free. Otherwise you will be propagating mare’s tail, bindweed and couch grass.
Check the local rules and regs. There won't be anything too daunting but they should answer questions regarding bonfires, water use, upkeep and any discounts at local shops.
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