It's just too hard to choose an individual rose as they're all so beautiful, so this month we've chosen the genus Rosa.See More
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Encourage Beneficial Insects
Encourage beneficial insects by installing a bug box. We have an extensive selection available now in the Garden Centre.
Keep on top of weeding
Keep on top of weeds driveways, patios etc.
Spray potatoes and tomatoes
Potatoes and tomatoes can now be sprayed with a protective fungicide as a preventative measure against blight. James Wong suggests that diluting an aspirin in water and spraying the solution on leaves can be a great alternative to fungicide; we have yet to try this ourselves though, so do so at your own risk.
Spring Flowering Shrubs
Many spring flowering shrubs can be pruned once they've finished flowering. Rosmarinus (rosemary), evergreen berberis, cornus (winter flowering dogwoods), deutzia, magnolia, syringa (lilac), spiraea (bridal wreath), deciduous elaeagnus (oleaster), cytisus (broom) and bubbleja globosa to mention a few.
Mow grass at least once a week to maintain its height.
There's no better time to buy a rose. We have a super selection available; if you need advice just ask.
@LakesClaire @Arnside_AONB Thanks for the mention @LakesClaire