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BBC Gardeners World Live 2021
'Woodland Fall'

Best Show Garden, Gold Medal, and People's Choice Award winners 

Image by Annie Spratt


our gardening tips for

  1. The world is warming up ready for spring! Now is the perfect time to get beds filled with nutrients ready for all that spring plant growth. Use a good-quality organic compost and dig into beds, careful to avoid damaging any new shoots from emerging plants. 

  2. Put supports in place for new growth from climbers such as roses, clematis and jasmine before they grow too much. 

  3. Move deciduous tress and shrubs if they need to be re-located.

  4. Feed roses, shrubs and hedging using a slow-release fertiliser.

  5. Deadhead hydrangeas and cut back old stems by approx a third to allow new growth.

  6. Fertilise your lawn with an early spring fertiliser, and give it a first mow if it needs it using a high blade position. 

  7. Jet-wash hard stand areas to remove algae and fungi that may have built up over the winter period.

  8. Cut back dead foliage from perrenials and ornamental grasses to encourage new growth. 

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