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..
January is often the hottest time of the year and brings bountiful times in the garden. There is so much going on in the garden, everywhere you look there will be flowers, colour, fruit and vegetables..
We hope you all enjoy the Christmas break, it is a wonderful time of the year to be around family and friends. Take care and we look forward to seeing you next time you’re in store.December brings us ..
November already, the year is flying by! Weren’t we spoilt with the weather over Labour weekend, hopefully Show weekend will bring the same and we can enjoy some uninterrupted time in the garden, as w..
September = Spring! Doesn’t that just put a smile on your face and a spring in your step? Knowing the worst of the Winter weather is behind us (not that we can complain too much about our Winter this..
Haven’t we been spoilt with the weather? Although we have had a number of frosts, we have generally had that followed up by a nice sunny winter’s day. It’s wonderful to get out in the garden during th..
We are now officially in the winter months! Although June brings the shortest day there are still tasks to be done. This is the optimum time for planting garlic, shallots, strawberries, winter veggies..
As we now creep closer and closer to our cold winter months things will start to slow down in the garden over the next wee while. Tidying up and preparing for the winter are the main tasks at the mome..
The Autumn days are well and truly here, daylight savings has kicked in and school holidays will be here in a flash. The temperatures will hopefully still stay mild and there shouldn’t be any frosts i..