Spring back after arctic weather

Were you broken-hearted to see the bedraggled remains of your garden after the recent snow? Fear not, many plants will recover if you give them time

18th March, 2018

The Beast from the East may have ravaged the garden to the extent that some exotic gardeners are threatening to give up altogether. But fear not, there are lots of opportunities coming up to replace any plant casualties.

Snow in general is not such bad news for plants: it can actually serve to insulate them, though the weight of exceptionally heavy snow can cause damage to plants and garden structures. Sustained winds, wet roots and...

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