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Go Gardening this June - Nandina

It’s June already and winter is right on cue. As the cold season sets in it’s easy to stay indoors but getting out there and into it is the best way to keep the ‘winter blues’ at bay.

  June 2019

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Shade queens
Pick your favourites from the range of amazing new hellebores (winter roses) in store now. They’re ideal for shady garden spaces or pots.

More fruit in less space
When you plant the right kind of trees it’s amazing how much fruit can be grown in a small garden. It’s time to plant now.

Plan for a rosy future
Get ready for a rose filled spring and summer. Winter is perfect for planting roses with new season’s plants arriving in stores now.


Shrubs for picking
Fill vases with flowers and foliage from your winter garden. Easy-care shrubs are worth their weight in gold.

Plant for the birds
Plant trees and shrubs in your garden for birds when their usual food source is in short supply and they’ll come flocking.

Instant colour
For quick winter colour nothing beats pansies and polyanthus. Plant up some pots to brighten these chilly months.

The winter vege patch
Good things take time in the winter garden. There are some veges you can plant now that will be ready to harvest them late winter and spring.

Pet proof your garden
We love our garden and we also love our pets. With a little forward thinking both can co-exist happily and safely.

Jobs for winter
There is plenty to be busy with in the winter garden, keeping it tidy and preparing for spring.

Best of British
Check out world garden trends and the latest UK inspiration from this year’s Chelsea Flower Show.

The healing power of plants
Through backyard nurseries made for and by, recovering addicts, social enterprise Recovery First is helping vulnerable people channel their energy into native plants.

Kate's 'Back to Nature' garden
Prince George gives the Chelsea Flower Show garden co-created by Mummy '20' out of 10.

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