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To keep your climbing roses and shrub roses looking at their best, remember to deadhead them as the season progresses.
And whilst you’re doing that, remember to keep on the lookout for aphids, black spot, and other pests, and treat them as soon as you can to keep your rose in tip-top condition.
It’s November, and it’s turned autumnal in the garden.
The changing of the clocks means Autumn has arrived, and it's a great time to get some roses and soft fruit bushes planted into the garden.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – The right way to plant a bare root Rose bush
With proper care - from planting to pruning, and protection from pests and disease - you can enjoy the beauty of a rose plant for decades.
It’s September, and it’s another busy month in the garden.
September is now upon us, and there's a lot to do to keep it looking at it's best, and to prepare it for next season.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – 9th June
Remember to train new Apricot growth because it's from here that buds will form next year which will turn into fruit for your table.
The flowers have gone, but what’s left behind looks great
The flowers may have gone but the seeds on these plants are so attractive it would be a shame to cut them.
Ken’s Weekly Tips – Don’t turf a new lawn in hot weather
New turf can't survive in hot weather UNLESS it's watered enough. Take a look at the sorry state of this newly laid lawn.