Happy Christmas from Glossop Garden Centre
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What to do in your garden in December

In December you need to sit in the arm chair in front of a roaring fire with a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie to hand. Get out your gardening books and plan the gardening year ahead.

    Garden covered in snow
  • Should the snow fall, shake it gently off the foliage of evergreens and other plants as heavy snow can break stems and weaken ties and supports.

  • Don't forget to glad your outside tap to protect your pipes from bursting.

  • Our little feathered friends will need to be topped up with high energy food to see them through the winter months. We have a wide variety of feed for different birds and feeders to choose from.

  • bird feeder
  • Our range of seeds from Thompson & Morgan are fully stocked with all your usual favourites and some exciting new varieties.

  • If you forgot to plant out your bulbs this autumn for your spring garden we have a small selection of growing potted bulbs now. But the full range will be arriving in early January.

  • Sit back and enjoy the festivities and dream of a long hot spring and summer!!
Happy Christmas from Glossop Garden Centre
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