Hello everyone! I hope you had a lovely wintertime with your family, but spring is just around the corner, and we have more jobs to get done in the garden.
February is becoming more and more different every year due to the climate change. This has slowly started to impact which garden jobs you do when, pushing some jobs further back in the month to ensure there is no cold spells. But somethings do stay the same like getting a head start in your veg patch to ensure that your crops are abundant.
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In addition, Vegetable & Fruit Topsoil is a 100% natural topsoil, enhanced with a 100% natural, organic compost that is PAS100 certified. Also, it is entirely peat-free and sets a new standard for sustainable gardening, perfect for those gardeners seeking the best peat-free alternatives for their cherished plots.
If the weather is not too cold or frosty, you may be able to start planting veg such as, potatoes, chilies, and broad beans. Similarly, it may be possible to begin planting your summer bulbs, as well as snowdrops which will add some colour to your garden during the late winter.
Till next time, keep your greenhouse clean and tended to- now is the time that the troublesome mould can start to creep in.
Willie the Worm