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Off Junction of M1sign

Towards St Albans

 

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Vacancies at The Hertfordshire Garden Centre

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  • NEW SEASON FERTS AND CHEMS
  • NEW SEASON SEEDS
  • NEW SEADON VEGETABLES
  • SPRING SUMMER PLANTS
  • LANDSCAPE HARDWARE & CHEMICALS

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  • NEW SEASON PLANTS 
  • NEW POTS & CONTAINER AREA
  • WHEEL BARROWS
  • SUMMER BEDDING
  • EASTER 

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Top Tips for April

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Plants

 

  • Plant shrubs and perennials in well-prepared ground. Water during prolonged dry or hot weather
  • Shear lavenders - an inch off the new growth. Shear winter-flowering heathers once they fade
  • Prune forsythia once it has finished flowering
  • Plant dahlia tubers and gladioli bulbs
  • Divide alpines after flowering
  • Add some fresh spring bedding to borders and containers

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Watering / Garden Care

 

  • Hoe now for less weeds all season
  • Feed and mulch roses
  • Remove faded flowers from rhododendrons.
  • Mulch Borders. Improve poor soils with soil conditioner, mushroom compost or manure. Mulch rhododendrons, camelias and azaleas with ericaceous compost and use a ericaceous feed
  • Provide supports for perennials and climbers as early as possible
  • Start feeding house plants
  • Feed the birds and clean bird feeders and baths regularly to prevent disease

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Thinking Ahead

 

  • Plan successional sowings of veg. The following can be sown direct: beetroot, carrots, calabrese, lettuce, parsnips, turnips, swede, spinach, spring onions, parsley, dill & chervil
  • Harden off young veg plants ready for transplanting: cabbages, cauliflower, carrots, brussels sprouts, purple sprouting broccoli (all available now in our polytunnel). Be ready with horticultural fleece in case of late frosts. Keep tomatoes, peppers & aubergines under cover.

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Lawns

 

  • Cut lawns on a medium setting. Continue to repair and seed where necessary. Apply a fertiliser
  • Have the lawn mower serviced, before regular cutting

Plant of the Month

Magnolia

The Hertfordshire Garden Centre's
Autumn Fair 18/09/16

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The Hertfordshire Garden Centre.

Redding Lane,
Redbourn,
St Albans,
Hertfordshire.
AL3 7PS

Tel: 01582 792255

info@hertfordshiregardencentre.co.uk

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