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and pinch off all the leaves from the bottom half.Use a sharp knife to trim the stem just below a bud.Push the cuttings into pots filled with cuttings compost. Position them around the edge for best results.Water the cuttings well and cover with a plastic
in the goose run.Oh, and by the way, they're not green, but black with a red trim. I don't do green wellies!
It pays not to be too neat and tidy in the garden or you'll miss out on so many unexpected delights. Agapanthus look stunning in full flower through summer, but if I'd been too hasty with the secateurs and trimmed away the flower spikes as soon
by their neighbours. Leylandii grows at a phenomenal rate (around one metre a year), and will quickly provide shelter and privacy in your garden. But if it's not trimmed regularly (up to three times a year) it can grow out of control and cause problems. Disputes
't be simpler or cheaper to create. Just use Christmas tree branches trimmed from the base of a tree, greenery gathered from your garden and a set of lights. We used pittosporum, miscanthus, ivy seed heads and a couple of phormium leaves.DecemberWinteran hour
if the weather is very hot or windy - and feed with tomato food once a week. If frost is forecast in May, bring the basket under cover.AdamPick the tomatoes as they ripen to encourage the plant to produce more fruit. Over the summer, trim away any leaves
some plants or trim them as they grow to give them enough room.More ideas for spring colourPlanting up a spring window box.Pruning spring-flowering plants.Creating a spring display of primulas.
this container under cover as some of the plants will hate the winter cold.The erysimum needs lightly trimming after flowering to prevent it getting leggy. Make new plants by taking softwood cuttings in spring or summer.More ideas for summer colourCreating a
condition - and you'll also save yourself some pennies when it comes to the annual service.Mow lawns and trim new edgesDig compost into borders to improve water retention Add copper rings to pots to protect plants from slugs and snailsAround the garden
'll find in a supermarket bag, and when you grow organically, you have no worries about exactly what you and your family are eating. Best of all, it's quick and easy. Set up an automatic watering systemRaise mower cutting heightTrim conifers and other