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Remove blanket weed from pondsAround the gardenLift, divide and replant congested flag irises after floweringDeadhead border perennialsPick dead flowers off rhododendronsFlowersSow cabbages to pick as spring greensThin heavy crops of apples, pears
, cutting back whippy sideshootsWater plants in pots and basketsFlowersCheck sweetcorn to see if it's ripe and ready to pickPick beans and water crops regularlyLift onions once their tops die downFruit & vegBuy pansies and other winter bedding plug plants
Layer a rhododendronRhododendrons are beautiful shrubs but they come with a less than attractive price tag. A simple propagating technique called layering is a great way to get more plants without breaking the bank.Pick off rose leaves infected
of spare time.Wash out flower pots and seed trays Trim back climbers that are close to gutters and windowsTest the pH of your soil with a kitAround the gardenCut back overgrown honeysuckle Pick berried winter shrubs, flowers and evergreen leavesPlant bare
filberts but don't know when to harvest them or what to do with them after harvest. I imagine the colour change with the leaves is due to autumn and nothing to worry about. Pick the nuts when the husks are hard, and dry them somewhere warm-ish, sunny
Hello I have a small indoor Hydranger and I've tried everything I can think of to make it pick up but it dosen't want to pick up I've taken the flowers off as I read that it might help it to grow more but it's leaves just flop over and I've tried
In the summer I can't remember exactly when, I found a rather ill looking Dor beetle and picked it up to see what was wrong. I found it was covered in mite on it's underside, so I took a toothbrush(an old one!) and brushed away the mite and took
turf of pick up patch repair seed form your garden centre. As the area has little to no sun, turf is probably an easier option. Stewart thanx 4 reply stewart!!
of them? If so, how? Just pick them off. They will be in the compost that you've used, and coming up because you're watering. They'll eventually run out of stuff to live on and stop appearing.
Hi Has it been a good or bad year for Damsons this year weather-wise etc? I am located in the East Midlands. I was sure they were ready earlier than this last year? When would I be looking to pick them (for my gin making!) Many Thanks in advance