Find out what to do in your garden now.
- Give the borders one last tidy before Christmas by removing any debris, leaves etc.
- Check newly planted shrubs for windrock (loosened soil around base) after strong winds, firming the soil.
- Avoid any pruning when frost or snow is forecast. Replenish bird feeders as soon as they run out.
- Mulch if the weather is still mild.
- Harvest winter veg like sprouts etc.
- Clear any remaining plant debris and compost.
- Prune free standing apples, pears, currants and gooseberries.
- Do not prune stone fruit until spring to avoid silver leaf disease.
- Prune grape vines by mid-December.
- Continue to plant fruit bushes etc.
- Divide and re plant rhubarb.
- Lag outdoor taps and pipes to avoid them freezing.
- Ventilate greenhouse on mild days.
Written by: Alex Bell, www.alexbellgardendesign.co.uk
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