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19 December 2018 | Posted in Gardening byPut on a full suite of sweet peas
Sweet peas used to be the go-to flower for adorning a hot sunny wall in the garden. Now there are lots you can do with sweet peas- growing them up nearby perennials, cutting them for vase displays indoors and more.
- A rainy-day indoor job for greenfingers
Keep your tools in tip top condition simply by getting in a habit of sharpening the blades at the end of each season.
- Flowers to span the seasons
Get the headiest of scents from sunset-coloured wallflowers. Enjoy Sugar Rush in autumn and other varieties in spring.
- Enjoy flowers that fight the cold
See which flowers take the place of your summer bedding from as early as autumn to see your garden through the winter.
- How to sow seeds: The right equipment to do the job
Learn how to sow seeds whether they are tiny begonia seeds or large sunflower seeds.
- Genius ideas with geraniums
Thanks to recent breeding geraniums are available to you in all manners of colours and habits too- whether you want a strong, upright flower or trailing specimen to spill over pots.
- Creating a life- the satisfaction of sowing seeds
Feel the joy of seeing a seed germinate and grow. Read how you can get that little life started to give you fantastic flowers.
- Protecting your garden in the dry and hot weather
Read our blog on how to lessen the effects of drought whether you have a flower garden or kitchen garden. Hot weather and lack of rain look set to continue so see how you can battle against the relentless sun.
- Get your lawn ready for spring!
Now the winter has gone the garden can finally make way for the arrival of spring and your first calling customer will be the lawn. As the temperature gets to above 50F (Fahrenheit) or 10 C (Celsius) , it’s a perfect time to kill moss and lawn weeds and also feed and condition, the lawn before mowing with an electric, petrol or push lawn mower.
- What to do in the garden this Easter time
Itching to get in the garden after the long winter and get away from the hustle and bustle of as Easter approaches? Read our blog on top tasks to do in the garden this Easter.