July Gardening Journal: Plant of The Month: Nepeta.July 1st, 2020If I could only grow a handful of perennials in my garden, I would choose nepeta as one of them.Read More
June Gardening Journal: Plant of the month: Amsonia tabernaemontanaMay 30th, 2020The warmer evenings mean we can also spend more time in the garden, appreciating all that we have worked hard for through winter and spring.Read More
May Gardening Journal: Plant of the Month – Syringa PalibinMay 2nd, 2020Signs of spring are still with us in May, with blossom still appearing on the trees and the fresh green leaves yet to be scorched by the heat of the summer. There is much to admire. Don’t be complacent though. There is often a chill in the air and even a late frost or two, too. So, don’t get too keen and plant out those seedlings just yet, make sure you have hardened them off before you set them free in your borders. This will reward you with stronger growth and more flowers sooner than if abandoned to fend for themselves in the open garden before they are ready.Read More
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