December Gardening Tips

December Gardening Tips

There’s always something to be doing in the garden, no matter what time of year it is so wrap up warm and enjoy the festive fresh air. 

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Micro greens are a great way to carry on growing in your greenhouse over Winter or on a bright windowsill inside. They are really quick and easy to grow, plus full of nutrition.

If you are not up for digging on the allotment, why not look into the No Dig way of growing? This way of gardening is all about allowing nature to do the work for you.

On milder days your greenhouse may still need some ventilation so use your automatic vents. During the much colder days you may need to do the opposite and heat things up! You can find some heaters on our website.

Red and pink flowers

There is just enough time to plant some bulbs in your garden borders or on the allotment for cut flowers if the ground isn't frozen. There are so many to choose from.

Don't forget to plant up your winter containers with a Christmas twist. From Pansies to Cyclamen and Skimmia to evergreen grasses all complimented by lovely green ivy, you can even add in a few Christmassy figures to celebrate the festive season.

Don’t forget to write a list of everything you need in your garden next year. Winter is the perfect time for planning. You never know, Santa may just bring you those Secateurs you’ve been looking for!

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