Posts tagged seasonal. pruning

Mid-Spring

APRIL Seed sowing must go on, because a late start can spoil the display in the flower garden. Cut back straggly, evergreen shrubs to encourage new growth from the base. If cold winds persist, shield newly planted shrubs with screens. TREES AND SHRUBS Prune hardy fuchsias, buddleias and other shrubs which flower on current season’s [...]

Early Spring

MARCH The momentum of work increases as the season advances. Much depends on the weather, for if the ground is saturated the tilth required for sowing seeds cannot be obtained, and the soil will be too cold for germination.    TREES AND SHRUBS  Complete planting of bare-rooted trees. Layer shoots of chimonanthus, cotinus, Magnolia G [...]

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