September is a significant month for gardening and growing your own. As summer ends, it’s time to harvest what you have sown and prepare for autumn and plan for the upcoming year.
2023 marks the 21st year of National Allotments Week, run by The National Allotment Society. This year, National Allotments Week will run from 7th-13th August with the theme of Soil Health so this month for Britain Get Growing, the experts at British Garden Centres take a look at what can be planted, the soil conditions as well as how you can care for your soil to ensure a bumper harvest!
The summer solstice has now passed meaning summer is truly here with glorious temperatures in the high twenties. Perfect weather to get growing and care for the plants you have in the garden.
Here are some things you can do this month to keep your garden to keep your crops in great shape for the summer.
May is one of the most exciting months in the garden. Seeds and plants sowed in early spring are flourishing due to the combination of sunny days and April showers, resulting in an abundance of greenery and new life. Here are our hints on how to keep your garden in tip-top shape, ready for you to enjoy in the summer months!
Choosing the best location and position for your vegetables, fruits, and herbs is important for the health of the plant so you can grow as much food as possible for your family. Here in this blog, we focus on how gardeners can select and prepare their gardens to ensure maximum grow your own success.