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

deadheading flowers
  • Continue deadheading late season bloomers such as Dahlias and Salvias to keep them flowering to the first frosts.

  • Herbaceous perennials can be lifted and divided now to propogate and rejuvenate them, but must be planted back immediately.

  • Start to clear up spent plants and dead and dying leaves. This has a two prong effect in continuing to keep the garden looking tidy, but more importantly to prevent pest and disease overwintering.

  • plant a tree
  • A lawn can often look tired and worn out at this time of year. Scarify and aerate it followed by treatmeant with autumn lawn care.

  • Now is the time to plant new trees, shrubs, climbers and perennials so they look established for next spring. We have plenty in stock to choose from.

  • Pep up your Spring display by planting more bulbs in the garden. Plenty of bright cheerful varieties in stock.

Happy Christmas from Glossop Garden Centre
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