This year seems to be racing away – and our gardens are full and lush with flowers, foliage and fruit.
Why not take a few minutes and sit down, enjoy your garden quietly?
And then check out our helpful tips for those gardening tasks that do need doing!
Three Gardening Tasks for July
Summer holidays! Be Garden Prepared with our helpful tips
Troubled by Weeds? We have a novel way to deal with some of them at least…eat them!
Boundaries and fences are important to keep tennis balls in when you’re playing your own Wimbledon final. There’s a style to suit all tastes and budgets – here are some fencing ideas to start you thinking
Things to watch for in your garden
Blossom end rot in tomatoes is caused by a lack of calcium, which in turn can be due to insufficient watering. Water daily if needs be, and feed weekly with a potassium rich feed
Gardens to visit this month
Having checked the diary it seems you could spend every July weekend at a garden show!
If more plants and less retail is your thing, check out the Yellow Book where private gardens are open to the public for charity.
And of course there’s RHS Hampton Court Flower Show and RHS Tatton Park Flower Show this month. Why not check out our Hampton Court eBook?
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- Midsummers Day in Your Garden – 3 Flowers, 3 Fruits, 3 Tasks - June 22, 2018
- British Flowers Week 2018 – Inspiration for Your Garden - June 16, 2018