[ad_1] April is the perfect time of year to start getting back out in the garden planting. However, with so much gardening
[ad_1] “They will cope with most conditions and most soils and they love a nice loose, root rot. “So any leaf mould,
[ad_1] Moss are small, non-vascular powerless plants which produce spores and have stems and leaves, but not true roots. It is more
[ad_1] Sweep water Alternatively, excess water can be swept off the grass with a brush to other corners of the garden. After
[ad_1] Weeds can make gardening a difficult and laborious task. They often appear in perfectly manicured flower beds, vegetables patches and lawns.
[ad_1] Gardening expert Monty Don has shared what jobs keen gardeners can be getting on with in February. From mulching flower beds
[ad_1] Most species of bamboo are invasive if left to run wild. However, the “running” varieties are particularly potent as they send
[ad_1] Hollie advised protecting more expensive plants with fleece to ensure they don’t become damaged by frost. She said: “If you have