New Year, New Garden Projects
Inside Hints and Tips
During the Winter your Cacti only needs watering when the soil is dry which can be as little as once every 2 weeks. It's remarkable how little water Cacti needs during these colder months. 🌵
Increase humidity and prevent drafts.
Indoor conditions can be dry and drafty. Keep plants away from heater vents, doorways and drafty windows.
Choose the right container.
It is important to consider size, material and even colour (You need it to look good right)
Match plants with light conditions.
Houseplants vary in their light requirements. Some prefer the strong light found next to a south-facing window. Something to think about when placing them into their new home.
Rotate Succulents Frequently, don't forget about the little guys.
These are so easy to look after. They require a low amount of light and water to thrive are typically known as indoor plants.
Get your hands dirty
Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty. The weather might be on the turn and it's the best time to get ahead of the game.
Pansies are our go-to favourite. They always look lovely in any setting and are very hardy. They are also very versatile and will flower much longer than other bedding plants.
With large funnel-shaped flower and a long flowering season, this shrub is a popular choice for your garden.
Tidy those leaves
Sweep up those leaves and you'll see a garden transformation. It's the easiest and simplest way to bring life to your garden this January.
Turn the soil
Prepare the ground for early peas or parsnips Place a cloche over the soil this month, to help warm up the ground for a few weeks before sowing.
This hardy shrub thrives in full sunlight and will produce clusters of small, white flowers during the summer months.