If you want to prolong those flowers in your garden which are still blooming, then you need to keep deadheading!
There is nothing more welcome after a long, cold, wet Winter than seeing the Daffodils or Tulips burst forth from the soil but in order for that to happen, you need to plan for it now!
Learning which plants in your garden need to be protected or moved before Winter will save you time and money in the long run.
Here is a cost effective way not only of building up garden stock but of trying out plants and colours in the garden which you may not otherwise have bought.
It can feel a bit like Autumn is already upon us but there are still are pops of colour in the garden everywhere!
If you've worked hard to grow your own potatoes this year, you need to store them properly to ensure they do not rot.
Hydrangeas are such a fascinating plant as they have the ability to change the colour of their blooms based on the chemistry of the soil.
The blooms on a lacecap Hydrangea Macrophylla, appear from the flowering stem so delicately around the edges first, it's not hard to see why they get the name lacecap.
July you came in hot and dry, with baking temperatures and long, sunny days to enjoy! You went out rather cooler and wetter with some gusty winds to boot! It certainly has been an unusual month of weather: here's a look back at what was blooming in July...