Chang­ing sea­son means tidy-up time

Get your gar­den and tools ready for spring

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Au­tumn is here and it’s time for gar­den­ers to be­gin their sea­sonal tidy-up.

A time of year when the gar­den is be­ing pre­pared for spring a few months down the line.

This is the time when ev­ery­thing is re­turned to the soil: leaves are fall­ing, stems col­laps­ing.

The earth is re­cep­tive now, draw­ing in energy while all above is go­ing dor­mant.

Here is our step-by-step guide to what you should be do­ing to make sure your gar­den, green­house and tools are all set to face the new sea­son.

Advertising Fea­ture paths and stag­ing and the in­side of the glass too us­ing a hot so­lu­tion of gar­den dis­in­fec­tant.

And ven­ti­late your green­house well over the next cou­ple of days to dry it thor­oughly.

With warm soil and cooler con­di­tions, au­tumn is the per­fect time to fill those gaps in your borders. Sar­co­cocca and Daphne will bring glossy green leaves and fra­grance.

Be pre­pared It’s a time when green-fin­gered gar­den­ers have to be or­gan­ised for au­tumn

Tidy up Make sure your gar­den tools are in or­der for work

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