Monthly Archives: January 2011
A winter scene with Yew hedges and sunflowers, a garden on the outskirts of Frenchay, South Glos. The advantages of leaving seedheads standing. The birds had been enjoying the food source, and the frost made an eyecatching scene.
Winter is the time to buy bare root hedgeing plants. In this instance, planting a Laurel hedge in Leigh Woods, Bristol.
Autumn fruiting raspberries can be cut to the ground now. This coming years crop will be produced on the current seasons canes. For a longer cropping period, leave some canes uncut. This will result in fruit being produced on last … Continue reading