Adri­enne’s Gar­den shed

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Re­cy­cle your dis­plays by re­mov­ing ten­der peren­ni­als from pots and bor­ders. you can over­win­ter them in in­di­vid­ual pots on a frost-free win­dowsill in­doors, or in a cool green­house. Check that the plants are healthy and free from pests and dis­eases, and re­move any faded leaves and spent blooms be­fore you bring them in­doors. Plant a batch of daf­fodil bulbs ev­ery few weeks from now un­til the be­gin­ning of Novem­ber. tulips can be planted up to

six weeks later for blooms that will rub shoul­ders in May with brightly coloured spring bed­ding and flam­boy­ant shrubs like rhodo­den­drons.

Wallflower plants are sold

in bun­dles of bare-rooted plants in mixed colours. For best re­sults, look for freshly dug sup­plies and make sure they have some soil at­tached to strong, healthy roots.

here’s a photo of me read­ing

Wo­man’s Weekly in Cas­tries, st Lu­cia, drink­ing a rum punch. the ar­ti­cle on cur­ing a headache might come in handy later! Bar­bara La­ban,


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