Sunday September 27, 2020

November spawned a garden

This month is traditionally an opportune time to plant, so here are a few handy do’s and don’ts to keep in mind

25th November, 2018
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The pendant flowers of stachyurus in early spring

Last year’s volatile weather meant that we had winter when we should have been having spring, and a summer that turned our lawns to deserts. If it taught us anything, it is that we should take advantage of any weather that is amenable to gardening.

November is traditionally a great time to plant, as roots establish over winter and early spring so that they are better able to resist summer drought. It is...

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