Jobs to do in the Garden in January
January is usually the coldest month and your garden will need protecting from frosts, gale-force winds, heavy rain and possibly even snow.
Jobs to do in the Garden in February
This month there is hope - there are signs that Spring is approaching, bulbs are appearing and wildlife are waking up as the light levels and temperatures increase.
Jobs to do in the Garden in March
Depending on where you live in the country, Spring has usually arrived by mid-March. The milder weather means it's time to get busy sowing seeds, cutting back winter shrubs and generally tidying up around the garden preparing for the busy season ahead.
Jobs to do in the Garden in April
The arrival of Spring should now be in evidence, with daffodils in flower and blossom adorning the trees. Frequent sunnier days and rising temperatures make it perfect gardening weather but expect to be caught out by the inevitable 'April showers'.
Jobs to do in the Garden in May
Spring bulbs will be fading now and the flower borders growing in leaps and bounds, summer is on it?s way. Sowing and planting out bedding plants can begin in some areas of the UK but please keep an eye on your local weather conditions.
Jobs to do in the Garden in June
As we approach the longest day of the year, the extra light and warmth encourages the garden to put on an exuberant burst of growth, but this also means that weeds will sprout up from no where.
Jobs to do in the Garden in July
July has certainly been a hot one and a great time to enjoy your garden but make sure you keep any new plants well watered and hoe off the weeds that will thrive in the sunshine.
Jobs to do in the Garden in August
August can be one of the hottest months of the year, this makes watering essential. If water butts are running low, grey water can be used wherever possible. If August is holiday time for you, plans may be needed to enlist the help of friends and family to look after the garden when you are away.
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