Winter is upon us, and this month brings the shortest day, a long weekend, and the chance of 4 seasons in 1 day! This is the time for planting garlic, shallots, berries, fruit trees, winter vegetables..
May brings the end of Autumn and the creeping closer of those colder Winter days. The last of the Autumn leaves will fall now and it is a good time to collect up any rotting fruit and vegetables to ma..
April brings us into mid-Autumn along with Easter, an end to daylight savings and a set of school holidays. The days will become shorter and our time in the garden less, but there shouldn’t be any fro..
Autumn is upon us, so those long hot days of Summer should be almost behind us. With cooler temperatures settling in, getting into the garden can become more appealing for some, and can be more produc..
February – the last of the Summer months, but by no means the coolest. This can be
the hottest month of all so keep up those watering routines. Continue to harvest
the fruit and vegetables in your gar..
‘Tis the season for making your garden beautiful and enjoyable for Christmas and New Year. The weather is warm, the garden will be starting to bloom and look its best. There is still lots to do in the..
Vamp up your soil, mix in some fertiliser and compost and remember this is the month to plant all the veggies you want to eat over Christmas. As we head into Summer the threat of frosts should be behi..
October brings daylight saving, spring, school holidays and can be one of the busiest months in the garden. Get the kids out and learning in the garden while they are home over the holidays. There is ..
July is traditionally mid-winter, but, it often feels as though the seasons are getting later in the year now. This is a month where you can either sit back relax, stay warm and just enjoy your garden..
It’s time to clean up the garden bed by cutting back your summer perennials and pruning back Hydrangeas. Only cut back the stems that flowered last season. It’s also a great time to take cuttings of y..