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    Pruning is an important way of improving the growth and flowering of trees and shrubs.

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    Now that autumn has arrived, the grass grows much slower so there is no need to mow the lawn. If however it is mild and you need to mow change your mower to a higher cut.

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    There is plenty of activity in the kitchen garden in October. Theis includes harvesting, sowing and planting. It is also important to start preparing for the onset of winter.

  • October is an excellent month for planting tree, shrubs and perennials. The soil is still warm enough to give them a good start before winter begins.

  • Not all trees have to be pruned in October. However, trees that bleed easily, such as walnut, tulip tree, birch and maple, should preferably be pruned this month. This is because over about a month they will start to lose their leaves.

  • Bulbs grown in the garden give so much pleasure, but you can also enjoy them indoors too. The beautiful colours and fragrance fill the house and create a very cheerful atmosphere.

  • At this time of year there are masses of beautifully coloured berries, that together with the fiery coloured autumn leaves, make it a real pleasure to do the necessary garden chores. Although the weather can still be pleasantly sunny and warm, we can also expect night frosts during this month.

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    This month you can enjoy the beautiful autumnal colours in the garden. Your pond too should still be looking attractive but to maintain its appearance we have listed some chores for this month.


  • The colours that attract attention in the winter garden are red, warm orange, misty ice-blue and frosty yellow. Below are some of the finest winter flowering plants, selected for their glorious colour.

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    Winter officially begins in just a few weeks. You have probably already made the necessary preparations in the garden, but perhaps you have not yet had time for this. Below is a list of subjects that require attention in the garden before winter, so you can run through the list and make sure you have not forgotten anything.

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