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Things to do this month

1. Lawn Cutting
Lawns should be mowed at least once a week over the rapid growth period

2. Summer Bedding Plants
It should now be safe to plant out your summer bedding plants

3. Beds
Keep the weeds down by very regular hoe or clawing

4. Vegetables
Lettuce and early potatoes should be ready this month

5. Roses
Spray roses that show signs of disease

6. Summer Fruit
Prune summer fruiting trees

7. Herbs
Trim herbs to encourage new growth

8. Mulch
Lay organic mulch around plants to conserve water

9. Rhododendrons
Trim back to maintain shape

10. Daffodils
Divide big clumps of daffodils and other spring flowing bulbs




the longest days...

June 21 is the longest day of the year, and the extra light and warmth encourages the garden to put on an exuberant burst of growth. But this extra light and warmth also means weeds will sprout up from seemingly nowhere. Keep on top of them by hoeing regularly in dry conditions.

5.0 Five Star Garden Maintenance

We wouldn't hesitate to recommend them for grass cutting

An unexpected storm brought down four of our garden fence panels, and having three small children and a garden that backs onto an alleyway, it was important for us to get it fixed quickly. Nicenstripy came out swiftly and fitted our new fence, and even quoted for a lawn treatment while they were there. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend them.




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