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Tag Archives: gardening

  • January Gardening Jobs - Take care of your trees 09 Jan 2012

    January gardening jobs Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Years everyone, plenty of food and fun with the family and all that business. Now it is 2012 and we can’t wait to start a new year of tree growth and life. January is not a month where there is much to do (lucky with the cold weather, I [...] read more
  • Gardening Jobs for November 08 Nov 2011

    November gardening jobs Time to get tree planting Native Trees November is a great time to get planting native trees and shrubs, especially deciduous trees. Around this time of year they are dormant and therefore it is an ideal time to plant them. As long as the ground isn’t frosty then you can get out and get your native tree saplings in [...] read more
  • How to make a Cottage Garden 24 Oct 2011

    The lovely cottage garden at Brook Farm.   Hello everyone, Today's guest blog post is brought to you by Sarah from the wonderful Brook Farm Berrington cottage. Let me now hand you over to Sarah as she tells you how to make a cottage garden.... First buy your cottage in the country, then plant lots of roses, lavender, foxgloves, aquilegia, hollyhocks, pinks [...] read more
  • Top 5 Gardening jobs to do in July 13 Jul 2011

    Top 5 Gardening jobs to do in July 1. Water your plants: It’s July and it’s getting into full summer, if they don’t get enough water they might get a dark edge around the leaves, suggesting a lack of watering (see pic). Always remember to keep your trees and plants watered when it’s hot, but be careful not too over water [...] read more
  • ShareSpring online campaign launched 14 Mar 2011

    With the dark cold days of Winter slowly lifting from the UK, welcome signs of Spring are well underway. Crocuses are blooming, Daffodils are shooting and trees are budding! We at Tree2mydoor want to help to celebrate the coming of Spring by sharing photographs and tales of Spring with each other. So remember,  next time you go outdoors for that lovely [...] read more

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