It’s time for the big awakening. The earth warms up and the gardens start stretching from their long slumber. It’s the season for bulbs bringing colour and life back into the gardens with clouds of Daffodils, drifts of Tulips, Alliums, Camassia. Woodland plants like Erythronium and Dicentra will bloom under the open canopy of trees before they are clothed in foliage. Magnolias, Cherry Blossoms, Viburnums, Rhododendrons and Camellias will all be in bloom.
Spring is also a great time of the year to be increasing your plant stock.
Spring is here at last and there seems to be a lot of activity in the garden with plants awakening from their long winter slumber. Keep an eye on the weather as March is a temperamental month with some mild days followed by frosty or showery days. Read More>>
Spring is well under way and gardens should have a lot of colour. As the weather starts getting warmer it is important to make sure newly planted trees and shrubs are getting well watered. April can be a cold month and there is still chance of frost or snow. Keep and eye on the weather and if necessary give your tender plants some protection. Read More>>
The Chelsea Flower Show kicks off the horticultural shows so get inspired with some great ideas for summer. Read More>>