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Welcome to the June edition of the Grow Guides. May was a wash-out and June is now off to a scorcher. Now, with longer daylight and a warmer summer on the horizon, you can get the final seeds off to a flying start by sowing this month.
STIGA becomes Hedgehog Aware!
Next time you reach for the strimmer to cut back long grass or areas of the garden which have grown a bit wild, take just a few extra minutes to make sure you’re not going to be disturbing sleeping wildlife, in particular hedgehogs.
May is a time when the garden starts to wake up, the lawns start to grow and the borders start to fill up. May is without doubt one of the busiest times of the year in the garden. There are many gardening tasks to carry out during May. Let's continue where we left off from part 1
It is a well-known fact that the earlier we can celebrate the joy of gardening with our children the more likely they are to continue growing their own vegetables, fruit, and flowers in the future.
May is a time when the garden starts to wake up, the lawns start to grow and the borders start to fill up. May is without doubt one of the busiest times of the year in the garden.
By now, you should have done most of the hard work on your lawn and if done well, should be reaping the rewards of all that work. If you have renovated in March, you may need to be thinking about applying a nice feed again to ensure the optimum health of the lawn.
Spring is now definitely upon us. It’s now April and this month it’s time to make the preparations with the soils, greenhouses, and early maintenance of your lawn. It is also a time to order and plant out summer bulbs for a sea of colour in your garden throughout the summer months.