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what to do & when to do it?
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April

Fruit & Veg

  • Sow brassicas in seed beds or trays
  • Plant main crop potatoes
  • Plant asparagus and rhubarb crowns
  • Continue sowing seeds in trays
  • Sow seeds such as tomatoes and courgettes inside
  • Sow peas outdoors

Lawn

  • Weed and feed
  • Sow lawn seed
  • Trim regularly

Ornamental

  • Continue weeding
  • Check for pests & diseases and treat accordingly
  • Lightly prune lavender
  • Plant up hanging baskets
  • Train climbers
  • Water bulbs as they appear
  • Plant summer bedding
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grow your own potatoes
seed finder...
Seed Finder

Not sure which seeds you want! Then use our quick reference seed finder to get the right seeds.

wild bird...
Wild Bird

With the coldness of Winter still around let’s spare a thought for our feathered friends in your Winter garden.

ever wondered how to...
Ever wondered how to

Never grown before and want to try. Then take a look at our easy to use ‘How to guides’

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Simon - Garden Buyer

It's the most exciting time of the year in the garden

That's why when we're putting together our range, we think long and hard about all kinds of gardens and we've put the same time and effort into what we are calling our 'Garden Hub' where you can find loads of great hints, tips, advice and great products across our gardening range. Enjoy! Simon, Garden Buyer

Compost

Getting the Right Compost

This guide will help you find what you need and the right compost for the job you want to tackle in your garden.

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Onions

Grow your own

Anyone that has grown their own will tell you that the sense of wellbeing from digging up fresh new vegetables is second to none.

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