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22 March, 2018

Join us for a wonderful evening of Spring floral arranging, with NAFAS demonstrator Joan Bentley

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Tips from the Nursery Manager

Winter Hedge Care

Brush heavy snow (if applicable) from hedges to avoid damage.


Clean the greenhouse and ventilate on sunny days to prevent mould, moss and mildew developing.


Rhubarb lovers should begin forcing rhubarb now.

Improve Soil Quality

Improve and condition soil by digging it over with rotted leaves and/or farmyard manure. This will put nutrients back into the soil and replace the goodness that your plants will have used up during the year.

Salt and Soil

Avoid using salt if possible – whilst it may be tempting to use on pathways and drives, it doesn’t do your soil any good.

Check Greenhouse Heating

Make sure greenhouse heaters are working properly if you have them.

Winter Protection

Check your winter protection structures are still in place.

Prune Apple Trees

Prune apple and pear trees if you have not done so already.

Hedge Care

Brush heavy snow (if applicable) from hedges to avoid damage.

Sow Herbs

Sow: Basil, dill, chives and parsley indoors on your window sill for winter use. Winter hardy salad leaves can also be sown under cover.

Winter Flowers

Deadhead winter flowers – clear snow from low growing flowers such as crocuses.

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