Catch up with Keith

EDP Norfolk - - GARDEN GUIDE -

Thin out any over­crowded seedlings sown directly in the ground; well-spaced plants will be health­ier and produce more flow­ers.

Now they have fin­ished flow­er­ing, re­move any dead, dam­aged or over­crowded stems from ever­green clema­tis to keep them healthy and tidy.

When the leaves of gar­lic and onions start to turn yel­low and die back they are ready to har­vest.

Check fruit trees to see if thin­ning is needed. This will re­duce the chance of bro­ken branches and help re­main­ing fruit to grow larger.

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