Growing Guide Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Squire's Garden Centres

Gardening advice and monthly tasks & tips from our team of resident gardening experts…

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How to Lay Turf

So, you want to create a new lawn because your existing lawn is tired and there are too many weeds now, or maybe you moved into your first home and are putting a fresh lawn down for the first time. And you want to do it yourself. Whatever the reason for laying a new lawn […]

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Colourful Autumn Flowers

Brighten your garden in autumn by adding some wonderful plants with bold colour! Plants like asters, chrysanthemums, dainty violas, cyclamen, and pansies (and more) will put life back into your beds and containers. The days are shortening in autumn, and are getting a bit duller, so the bolder the better and the more vibrant colours […]

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Tidying Up The Garden

Sarah Squire, highlighting the steps you can take to ensure your garden stays looking its best throughout the summer months… Summer is here and it is time to really enjoy the garden with barbecues and parties or just a quiet moment in a garden chair. Give your bedding plants, containers and hanging baskets lots of TLC […]

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Beautiful Daisies

Sarah Squire explores the changes and developments in the garden over the summer months… In July 1950 Vita Sackville-West wrote “There are some moments when I feel pleased with my garden, and other moments when I despair. The pleased moments usually happen in spring, and last up to the middle of June. By that time all the […]

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The Best Shade Loving Climbing Plants for Your Garden

Many of us have a garden with at least some areas of shade. As more and more of us live in cities and suburban areas, it means even those of us with south-facing gardens can have shaded areas of the garden throughout the day, caused by buildings, structures and objects. Of course, north or east […]

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