Posted: 24/03/2015 at 10:58
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As for the garden and its plants, the best advice for the first growing season in any new garden is to leave it be and watch what grows and take regular photos. This will help you identify what you have and like and what you want to get rid of or move or lift and divide come the autumn.
You shoud scatter some general feed around - chicken, cow and horse manure or blood, fish and bone to give everything a boost and some organic slug pellets for protection. Weed any obvious menaces such as nettles, creeping buttercup, thistles, couch grass, groundsel, goosegrass/sticky bud and so on and cut off any dead and brown stems on grasses and perennials so new growth can come through. Shrub roses need pruning now too.
If you don't recognise the weeds you can google for pictures and for rose pruning, see here - https://www.rhs.org.uk/Advice/Profile?PID=186