Autumn is a busy time in the garden and a period of quick change.
It's getting colder, which signals an autumn tidy and remembering to care for our feathered friends
The weather is now getting a lot colder and there's less daylight hours, meaning less to do.
Digging, clearing up after storms and caring for garden birds is just the respite needed to deal with the traumas of Christmas shopping!
January is a great time for staying indoors and planning your garden for the year ahead
Feburary is the ideal time for getting ahead in the garden, sowing chillies, peppers, potatoes and sweet peas.
The gardening season is nearly here! Start sowing veg, cutting the lawn and combating weeds.
By April, the days have started lengthening and the weather is getting a lot warmer.
With summer quickly approaching and flowers and plants coming into bloom, May is a busy time of year for gardeners!
The garden is now blooming and the longest day of the year is fast approaching.
July is generally one of the hotter months of the year, so keeping plants well watered is key.
August is a time to sit back and enjoy your hard labours in the garden over the past season.
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