During May a large variety of flowering shrubs and trees are at their best with striking colours brightening up any garden. Climbing plants such as Wisteria floribunda are also in full bloom during this time and will create a stunning feature in a sunny garden. At gardener we can provide you with the perfect patio style and pergolas ready for al to enjoy throughout the summer. We also offer a very popular regular maintenance service. This allows you to continue enjoying your beautiful garden with minimal effort and no more regular mowing and weeding. http://www.gardeneer.com
away on evergreen ferns to allow new ones to come through.
A layer of composted bark or garden mulch helps to
return moisture and provide nourishment to soil.
Plant out sprouted dahlia tubers 4-6 inches deep – put
the stake first to avoid damage to the tuber.
Polyanthus and primroses can be split to produce more
plants next year. Newly planted shrubs and flowers should be watered regularly with rainwater from a water buff when possible. http://www.gardeneer.com
Message from Mark Vaughan at Gardeneer… “People, when purchasing shrubs for their gardens, seem to concentrate on the flowers the shrub will produce and I feel they are missing out on a major aspect of gardening - the contrast between shrubs, or, to put it more simply, how two or more plants will interact. This is something that I keep in the forefront of my mind when designing a garden for a client and I do not rely simply on the flowers of a shrub to give the "wow" factor in the garden; people forget that foliage is a major contributor of interest in any well planned garden. Unlike flowers, foliage is not transient and will last throughout the growing season and, in many cases, give you a stunning autumn display.So, my advice is, when purchasing shrubs at your local garden centre or nursery, always think about what will enhance the flowering display of any shrub or herbaceous plant you may be considering.” http://www.gardeneer.com
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