Top ten gardening tasks to improve your garden this month. There’s no need to kill yourself to have a gorgeous garden!
January days are short and often grey and cold but it’s the start of a new year and time to plan your garden.
It’s cold and frosty in the garden but our days are lengthening… at last winter is drawing to a close.
Blossom, early bulbs and nesting birds are welcome signs that spring has arrived.
At last it’s warming up and the garden is greening up nicely as fresh new shoots and leaves appear. It’s time to sow…
Spring is in full swing and the garden is lush and full of life. The Bluebells are out and Cherry trees are in full bloom.
It’s early summer and here’s the reward for all your planning. The garden is bursting into life with colourful flowers.
It’s the height of summer and the garden is bursting at the seams with beautiful blooms, wild flowers and wildlife.
August brings heat and drought to the garden. How will the plants and animals handle the hot weather?
There is a hint of autumn in the air with sun filled misty mornings, ripe seeds to collect and fruit laden branches.
October days are short but magical with dramatic changes in the garden every day. It’s harvest time.
We have had a lovely mild start to autumn and our trees are still full of colourful leaves and fruits.
December is a great time to prepare for next year by digging new beds or just relaxing with spot of armchair gardening.