October – Refreshing our Gardens

Although we had some warmer days over September, the autumn is now definitely here for real, and it feels colder, it’s a beautiful time of year.

  • Plant daffodil bulbs, tulip bulbs and Allium bulbs for a glorious spring display. Dot them through borders or naturalise them in grass.
  • Plant spring bedding such as wallflowers, Bellis, Primulas and winter pansies.
  • If your summer containers are looking past their best, re-plant them with fresh winter bedding plants.
  • This month is an ideal time to move trees and shrubs, and plant hedges.
  • Clear overhanging plants away from pathways to maintain access routes throughout the garden.

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