Author: Lis Wallace

February Newsletter

February Newsletter

Spring is in sight. The days are visibly lengthening, and our gardens are slowly reawakening. Depending on where you live, primroses, muscari and iris reticulata will be in flower and daffodils will be strutting their jaunty stuff.

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January newsletter

January Newsletter

Winter is well and truly upon us with January often being one of the coldest months. Snow, frost, wind, rain, mud and grey skies seem here to stay but never fear, snowdrops and celandines will soon be putting on their annual show. Yes, the days are lengthening, but oh so very slowly.

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December Newsletter

December Newsletter

December days are often cold, wet and dark but there remains for some the hope of a Christmas winter wonderland.

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November Newsletter

November Newsletter

How quickly the year is disappearing! The barbecue has only just been cleared away yet here we are in November, the last month of autumn. Seasonality is one of the many joys of gardening, imagine how dull it would be if the garden looked the same all year round

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October Newsletter

October Newsletter

A mellow October day is perfect for autumn digging, for planting bulbs, bare root shrubs and for raking up fallen leaves. October can be one of the wettest months of the year but after such a long dry summer I’m sure few will complain. Lawns will soon start to recover and water butts to fill.

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