February

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  • February is the month when the sap starts to flow again. Although there is still the possibility of it freezing in February, many garden lovers love this month and see it as the beginning of the spring season. As soon as temperatures stay above freezing in the daytime you can roll up your sleeves and get stuck in. There are beautiful colours to enjoy and you can start to see the early bulbs emerging.

  • In the coming months it is important to fertilise the garden. The ideal moment to add fertiliser differs per plant. Some plants even have their own specially developed fertiliser. Of course, it is possible to use standard fertilizer for the whole garden, but for the best results some plants need fertilizer with a special composition.

  • Working in the fresh air is good for everyone and pruning is good for your plants! February is not really the month to start pruning but you can still crack on with the tasks you started in January. You must, however, always be aware of the possibility of frost because you must never prune if its freezing!

  • Although February can treat us to some severe frosts, many gardeners are already looking to the new gardening season. As soon as temperatures stay above freezing in the daytime you can get going. Below are several tips for all your gardening activities for February.

  • Although February can treat us to some severe frosts, many gardeners are already looking to the new gardening season. As soon as temperatures stay above freezing in the daytime you can get going.

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

  • The most expensive shop-bought vegetables are always those appearing early in the season.