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Garden Jobs for February

  • Winter Digging and soil preparation for spring.  We can supply and dig in some compost for you 
  • Cleaning out the greenhouse
  • Seasonal pruning of: Buddleia, clematis, ceanothus and hardy fushsias
  • Pruning roses, if have not already been pruned
  • Trees, shrubs and roses can be planted towards the end of the month
  • Cut back overgrown shrubs and hedges
  • Certain variaties of turnip can be sown at this time of year (we can sow seeds for you.  We often do this alongside a garden tidy up)
  • Hardy ornamental vines, such as Virginia Creeper and Boston Ivy, can be trimmed back now in preparation for the growing season
  • We can treat your wooden garden furniture for you.  
  • When Winter Jasmine has finished flowering prune that back
  • Sow hardy winter types of lettuce and spinach.  Plant them under cloches.  We can supply cloches for you. 
  • Put netting over fruit bushes and winter brassicas as they are extremely attractive to certain garden birds.  
  • Sow hardy annuals in your greenhouse such as Calendula 'Indian Prince'.

These is lots to do in February for gardeners.  This month of the year is the calm before the storm for gardeners.  

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