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Sarah’s Monthly Snippets

Gardening advice and monthly tips from our Chairman, Sarah Squire.

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December Gardening Tips

Can it really be December already ? I know the answer to that because real Christmas trees have arrived. Perhaps we all need a blast of festive colour and joy more than ever at the moment. But if you prefer something more subtle or want to complement the glitz with a more natural look, there […]

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November Gardening Tips

Far from being a low point I think November is a month of opportunity in the garden. It has certainly been a mild autumn so far and as I write this, in the last week of October, we still have roses in flower in our garden and no sign of a frost just yet. The […]

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October Gardening Tips

I was really fortunate to be able to attend the RHS Chelsea Flower Show in September. It has never been held in the autumn before and it was really great. Exhibitors and visitors alike were just so happy to be back together again. After all, the last Chelsea had taken place in May 2019, nearly […]

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September Gardening Tips

Autumn may be on the way but there is still plenty to enjoy in the garden. Many plants are sporting a wonderful second burst of blooms. I have roses, lupins and clematis all looking striking at the moment. The star of the show is Mrs Cholmondeley a gorgeous clematis, which I would best describe as […]

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August Gardening Tips

After a warm and rainy July maybe August will prove a little more settled! Some of the cottage garden plants in our garden took a bit of a pasting in the downpours, notwithstanding our best attempts at staking them. There have also been a few broken rose stems. Despite these casualties the garden is looking […]

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