An Hour in the garden 6
This week we look at daffodil and tulip planting.
It’s time to get your Spring bedding transplanted.
All this makes me realise how far behind I am! Never mind!
Time to lift your Dahlias, divide the tubers and treat with sulphur powder. Keep in a dark cool place.
Go round the garden heeling in plants to keep them from the rocking wind.
Time to clean the greenhouse – mine is a temporary shed!
Prune apples and pears.
Lag the garden tap if it isn’t already.
Remove debris from around roses!
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