Garden for all seasons

Gardening jobs for April

Outdoor socialising is back for good, so there's no time to waste in giving your garden the glow up it deserves. Mowing season is in full flow and as your home-grown fruit and veg starts to spurt, it's important they've got all the right nutrients. Plus, if you're planning on having guests over for BBQs and garden games, you'll need to start thinking about that all-important kerb appeal.
Time to mow

Time to mow

  • Start with a general clear up by removing leaves, debris and weeds.
  • Aerate & scarify your turf to encourage moisture drainage and new shoots.
  • Assess patches and plant new seed to aid re-growth.
  • Feed & protect your lawn to keep it lush and healthy.
  • Keep your lawn tidy by mowing regularly on mild and dry days.

Time to sow

Time to sow

  • With a little planning & easy planting you’ll be filling your plate with homegrown goodness in no time.
  • You don’t need much space for your own veg and herb garden, get started with seeds.
  • Start thinking about planting bulbs to give you long lasting blooms through Summer.
  • A tomato is a great starter crop as it’s low maintenance plant that doesn’t need any training or staking.

Time to glow

Time to glow

  • Clean your patios, removing moss and algae so it's ready to sparkle for your guests arrival.
  • After a year of redecorating and reconfiguring, it's time to give the outside some attention and improve the kerb appeal of your home. Give your fence, windows and front door a freshen up and tend to your hanging baskets and containers.
  • Add fragrance and colour to your patio with Alpines, Summer Bedding and Fragrant Planting schemes.
  • Say bye, bye to weeds and moss from paths, patios and borders.
  • Brighter days really are ahead. Now that the clocks have changed, it's the perfect time to decorate your garden with solar lighting for those warmer evenings spent socialising outdoors with loved ones.

Prepare your garden for spring