May Gardening Tips
May gardening tips are provided by John Morgan, Category Manager Horticulture at Van Hage.
During the sunny days in May, everything is growing well and their are lots for Gardeners to do.
April Gardening Tips
The sunny windy weather in March has dried up the waterlogged ground, Spring has sprung and the clocks have given us extra daylight in the evenings. It’s finally time to get back in the garden and get sowing! April is an exciting time for Gardeners, Summer is on its way and your Winter garden is about to get a facelift. Here are our April Gardening Tips and to do list.
March Gardening Tips
March gardening tips are provided by John Morgan, Category Manager Horticulture at Van Hage.
Warmer longer days, time to get in the garden. There is so much to do after the wet Winter. Spring begins on the 20th March 2015 which is certainly a date to look forward to. We are hoping for the worst of the weather to be over and for a magnificent display of plants and life to arrive with Spring. It's time start preparing seed beds for sowing and removing any signs of Winter from your garden.
February Gardening Tips
February gardening tips are provided by John Morgan, Category Manager Horticulture at Van Hage.
The first few months of the year are always a little strange for gardeners living in the UK. Spring is in the air but your plants and lawn are still contending with cold temperatures and of course the odd generous covering of snow. Now is a fantastic time to begin planning what you want for your garden in the months to come.
January Gardening Tips
Happy New Year, indeed it can be for your garden! We believe the horticultural staff at Van Hage are not the only gardeners that getting excited with each new year. Soon enough it’ll be Spring, the season of renewal and growth and of course great gardening. In the meantime there are a number of things you can be doing this January to keep your garden in tiptop shape as we start the new year. January is often celebrated as a time of change and aspirations, why not consider these fresh outlooks when it comes to your garden. Plan ahead to Summer and begin to imagine the life you are soon to inject into the natural space.