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
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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