Winter

Jobs For January

January is a great time to finish off tidying your garden and starting to prepare it for the new year!

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Attracting A Variety Of Birds To Your Garden!

Different species of birds prefer different types of seed, so the best way to attract a wider range of birds to your garden is to supply them with a  real variety!

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Jobs For December | Tips From Pete

As our Christmas decorations are going up, our gardens are winding down. Take a look at our Plant Manager Petes tips for preparing your garden ready for the winter!

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Hellebore ‘Christmas Carol’ For December | Jo’s Top Picks

Hellebore 'Christmas Carol' are perfect for low maintenance, cottage or woodland gardens. They give your garden gorgeous flowers from December through early March.

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Hebe For March | Jo’s Top Picks

Take a look at Jo's plant suggestion for the month of March, with tips and advice.

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Jobs For March | Tips From Pete

Gardens are starting to come to life after what seems like a very long cold period! Pete, our Plant Manager is on hand to give you his top tips for this coming seasons gardening.

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Make Your Own Bird Feeders | Young Gardeners

We are joining the RSPB 27 - 29 January 2018 for their Big Garden Birdwatch. Download our 'How To Guide' so you can make your own set of Heart Shaped Bird Feeders.

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Bird Box Installation | National Bird Box Week

We have put up a new nest box at Littleheath Garden Store, in support of this years Nation Nest Box Week. We love finding new ways to help our feathered friends and offering them another safe place for them to lay their eggs.

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Hellebores For February | Jo’s Top Picks

Take a look at Jo's plant suggestion for the month of February, with tips and advice.

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Jobs For February | Tips From Pete

Spring is fast approaching and there is plenty to start preparing before the planting season begins! Pete, our plant manager is on hand to give you his top tips for this coming seasons gardening.

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