Nursery Tips

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Please enjoy our latest Nursery Tips below, please email or telephone us on 01423 506450 if you have any queries.
Jobs for September

Jobs for September

· Continue the colour by replacing summer bedding with autumn flowering plants and spring bulbs.  · The days may be getting shorter and cooler but new plants will still need watering.  · Whilst the nights may be cool your greenhouse can still get very warm...

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Jobs for August

Jobs for August

If you are going on holiday, don't forget to move your potted plants to a shady place to reduce their water requirements.  Harvest maincrop potatoes.  Encourage butterflies into the garden by planting Echinops and Buddleja.Late August is an excellent time to start...

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Jobs for July

Jobs for July

Greenhouses should be well ventilated and shaded at this time of year to prevent overheating or scorching the plants inside. Pick your courgettes before they become marrows! Don't forget to regularly feed pots and hanging baskets. Keep summer bedding...

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Jobs for May

Jobs for May

Inspect plants regularly for signs of pests and diseases. Plants growing strongly are less susceptible to attacks. Newly planted trees and shrubs will need to be well watered until established. On warm days, cool down your greenhouse by opening the vents and doors....

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September Plant of the Month
Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Few plants can upstage the Japanese anemone when it comes to autumn elegance. Flowering from August until late October their flowers, range in colour from white to dark pink and almost every shade...

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Tips from our Nursery Team

Jobs for September

Jobs for September

· Continue the colour by replacing summer bedding with autumn flowering plants and spring bulbs.  · The days may be getting shorter and cooler but new plants will still need watering. ...

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Care & Cultivation Guides

Hamamelis

Hamamelis

The spider-like flowers of Hamamelis (Witch Hazel) look delicate and frail but for six or eight weeks from late December through to mid-February they are perhaps the toughest of all winter flowering...

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