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Perk up your garden with a primrose
If you’re looking for a vibrant hit of colour in your beds, borders and containers this spring then a primrose could be your perfect plant. As they’re so hardy (they can survive in temperatures as low as -25°C) you can pop them in the ground now, to enjoy colour from early spring until the start of summer. You’ll be spoilt for choice in store with our selection of bright colours, bi-colours, double flowering varieties and even longer-stemmed polyanthus varieties that flower above the foliage. With prices starting at only 86p for individual plants and great value multi-packs they’re an affordable and beautiful way to create instant interest in your garden.
Take a look at the Camellia, a great evergreen shrub to plant in your garden right now.
You can begin to sow tomato seeds in January. Just follow this guide to find out how to grow & care for a tomato plant.
You could plant your own fruit bush this February. Find out how to grow & care for one here.
Look after your lawn during the coldest time of year with this handy guide.
Read our blog on how to care for your lawn like an expert this month.
Keep your shed looking great and in the best condition by following this guide to replacing the felt on its roof.
Get out in the garden & refresh your fence this February to keep it looking as good as new.
How to build a shed
An afternoon and this guide from Homebase is all you need to build & erect a shed. From the base to assembly, we can walk you through the process. Read it now.
How to paint a shed
Improve the look of your shed simply and effectively with a quick paint & refresh. Using the Homebase guide, you can create your great escape. Read now.
Create a new lawn
Discover all you need to know about getting a new lawn with Homebase. Learn about laying turf, sowing grass seed or how to lay artificial grass online now.
How to protect plants in cold weather
Protect your plants through the harshest weather with our expert advice and how to guides at Homebase. Find the solution to your gardening woes online today.