Spring is a time for hope and the word that comes to our minds is fresh. Fresh starts, fresh air!
Cleaning and tidying are activities you can start as the lighter days sheds light on the darkness from winter.
Before and after using Protek on our 18 year old bird table.
New Stock Arrives!
Tips for the month of March
Tips for the month of April
Tips for the month of May
Buy seed potatoes and set them out in a tray for shoots to form (chitting out).
Sow summer bedding in pots, keeping in a heated propagator to germinate.
Winter-prune roses, buddleia, dogwoods and willows.
Position plant support frames above tall-growing clumps of perennials.
Sow sweet peas and hardy annual flowers in beds for summer colour.
Prepare and level areas earmarked for sowing lawns or laying turf.
Sprinkle fertiliser around clumps of spring-flowering bulbs.
Make time to hoe borders and hand weed beds.
Feed your lawn and treat problems such as moss and weeds.
Buy summer bedding for planing into pots and hanging baskets.
Plant out dahlia tubers, gladioli, eucomis and other summer bulbs.
Plant potatoes into large pots or on allotments and veg plot.