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Things to do this month

1. Lawn Cutting
Reduce grass cutting to fortnightly

2. Spring Bulbs
Start to plant spring bulbs now

3. Summer Bedding Plants
Empty pots of summer display

4. Ponds
Net ponds in readiness of autumn leaf fall

5. Leaves
Start clearing leaves, particularly from your lawns

6. Flower Beds
Continue weeding regularly

7. Shrub Pruning
Start trimming back large plants and bushes

8. Pots
Raise pots off the ground to prevent water logging and frost damage

9. Half Hardy Plants
Protect half hardy plants with straw and/or fleece for winter months

10. Dahlia Tubers
Lift dahlia and begonia tubers and store dry over the winter months




early frosts arrive...

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, with the trees changing colour. Sometimes it may seem pointless raking, when the wind blows even more leaves onto the lawn, but just think of all the lovely leafmould you can make! It's also time to start preparing for early frosts.

5.0 Five Star Garden Maintenance

They also can do odd jobs such as gutter clearing and power washing

Paul and his crew have been taking care of our weekly lawn maintenance for over two years now. The guys are all hardworking, polite and take huge pride in their work. Best of all, it shows. They also can do odd jobs such as gutter clearing and power washing.




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