●● Plant agapanthus bulbs in groups in large pots or directly outside in warm and sheltered borders. ●● Feed pond plants by pushing fertiliser pellets down into the compost of established water lilies and other aquatics growing in baskets. ●● When flower stems appear on strawberries, place either clean straw or polythene around the base of the plants so that fruit will be kept clear of the soil as it develops. ●● If you missed out on raising cabbage or cauliflower for transplanting, late crops can be had by sowing direct in the bed. ●● Feed seedlings and young plants which are growing poorly or have pale, yellowing foliage. ●● Remove faded flowers from daffodils, hyacinths and tulips. ●● Prepare trenches for planting out young celery plants raised under glass. ●● A range of salad seeds, including alfalfa, fenugreek and mung beans can be sprouted in jars on the kitchen windowsill to use in salads. ●● Transplant young seedlings of cabbages and other brassicas sown in seed beds earlier in the year. ●● Continue a weekly mowing regime of the lawn, lowering the blades a little at a time as grass growth increases over the weeks.