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What to do in the Autumn Garden

With the night’s drawing in and the clocks going back at the end of the month it’s time to get your garden ready for the Winter.


Daffodil bulbs, tulip bulbs and allium bulbs.
Clear out summer containers and replant with winter bedding.
Spring bedding such as wallflowers, winter pansies and primulas.
Clematis plants – it’s an ideal time to plant them.
Any perennials or biennials you've grown from seed this year.
Lift and divide any overcrowded herbaceous perennials.

Climbing roses and tie in the stems to prevent damage.
Trim hedges.
Cut back overhanging shrubs and trees.
Cut back perennial plants that have died down.

Last chance to mow the lawns.

Fallen leaves – from paths, beds and lawns.

Outdoor containers from frost - bubblewrap works well.

To feed the birds! It can be a hard time of year for them and if you encourage them into your garden during the cold months they’re more likely to return when the weather is warmer and eat the aphids!

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