Things to do in your Garden this January
08 Jan 2019
Planning on getting more active, spend more time outdoors and getting more productive in your garden this year? This guide will show you ways to start off the New Year by giving your garden a bit of TLC.
1. Get Planting - plant peas, mushrooms, potatoes, parsnips & leeks, bare root roses.
2. Start Pruning - includes rose bushes, wisteria, grass, blackcurrants, redcurrants, gooseberries, apple trees.
3. Don't Prune - plums, cherries, apricots.
4. Get your Garden Organised - use log stores, sheds and storage boxes to keep your garden neat and tidy. You can find garden storage bits on our website, in fact we're just added a new range of garden storage boxes.
Garden Storage - click here to see all our garden storage.
NEW Garden Storage - click here to see our NEW storage boxes.
5. More Jobs -
- Avoid walking on your grass whilst it's frosty, as it could damage the grass beneath.
- Wash your empty pots, scrub them with hot water
- Look after the wildlife in your garden by feeding them and offering them a place to stay such as a bird box - click here to see our bird care here.
6. From our Armchair -
- Start ordering your seeds now
- Plan your vegetable plot
- Consider dedicating a plot to perennial vegetables, such as rhubarb and artichokes
- Order fruit trees if you'd like to plant your own fruit trees in Spring
- Order clematis which is ideal for planting in Spring
- Start thinking about hanging baskets - click here to see all our hanging baskets.