5 ‘INGs’ to do in May

With May just around the corner, we have some jobs for you to be looking at getting stuck in with next month to get your garden looking great and ready for summer. So take a look at the 5 INGs you should be doing in May! Pruning Now we’ve had the last frost and you’ve…

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S.U.N.D.A.Y Gardening

With a lot of our gardeners being volunteers we know that a lot of the gardening is done at the weekend. So, this is how you can garden efficiently over a short space of time to make the most of your garden. Slow it down – Take your time, it may seem like you need…

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Planting out your Veggies

We’re well into spring, which means that a lot of our wonderful gardens will be starting to plant out vegetables that were sown in preparation in winter in greenhouses, sheds, and even their homes. Find out how to get the most successful crop and harvest this year with these tips for planting out. Choose your…

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Plant Up a Rainbow

Last year the rainbow became a symbol of hope and gratitude for all the hard-working members of the NHS. They were displayed in windows and gardens up and down the country. As the days are looking brighter and the country is opening up again, it’s a great time to pay tribute and plant your very…

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How to handle an Unexpected Frost

Weather in the early spring can be unpredictable for gardeners. From warm days to sudden frosty mornings, the weather forecast is so important. Remember that it is not unknown for their to be snow in April. And this type of weather event can take you by surprise. So, we want to help you take steps…

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David Domoney launches Cultivation Street 2021

Cultivation Street founder David Domoney launches the 2021 campaign in a special Daily Express pull out edition. Read about the launch here, plus get David Domoney’s top seasonal spring gardening tips that will give your plots a real boost.

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