COVID update for week commencing 3rd May 2021
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It’s officially spring and officially a great time to tend to your garden! We’ve put together some ideas for planting, sowing, tending, mowing and more during April to make your garden look its best. Green fingers at the ready!
With spring starting later in the month, March often brings optimism and light at the end of the dark, wintry tunnel. Days are getting longer and - hopefully! - warmer. It’s a great time to get back out in the garden if you haven’t already. So where should you start? Here are a few ideas to get you back into the swing of things - or indeed, the spring of things.
The heat is (hopefully!) on at this time of year, so now is the time to be thinking about your lawn and keeping on top of your watering. But there are plenty of other jobs to do in the garden in August, too, so let’s dig in.
Is your garden looking a bit sluggish during the Winter? Then why not liven it up by turning it into a beautiful wildlife haven. During the coldest part of the year, when birds, frogs, squirrels and other garden wildlife struggle to find enough fat-rich foods to see them through to the warmer months. Not only that, but freezing temperatures make life difficult for them!
However, it’s very easy to make a difference by carrying out a few of these simple steps: