Lodsworth & District Garden Club
is for everyone interested in plants and gardening!
You are very welcome to join us no matter what type of garden
you have, be it large or small, established or new, a conservatory,
an allotment, a windowbox or pot plants on the patio. We want
to encourage interest in all types of gardening in our community, providing opportunities for our members to share gardening experience and increasing knowledge of plants and gardens.
We welcome new members to join the Lodsworth & District
Garden Club; the annual subscription is only £7.50 for individual members or £10.00 for families. Membership benefits include subsidised entry to our talks, workshops and visits, with discount
from a wide variety of local horticultural suppliers.
Please look at our contact page for details of becoming
a member of the LDGC and a full list of benefits.
We look forward to welcoming you!
This month there are signs of the approaching spring, with bulbs appearing and wildlife waking up as light levels and temperatures increase. There's plenty to do indoors this month to prepare for the season ahead. Outdoors, as the garden comes to life again, it's time to prune shrubs and climbers, such as Wisteria as well as evergreen hedges.
1 Prepare vegetable seed beds, and sow some vegetables under cover
2 Chit potato tubers
3 Protect blossom on apricots, nectarines and peaches
4 Net fruit and vegetable crops to keep the birds off
5 Prune winter-flowering shrubs that have finished flowering
6 Divide bulbs such as snowdrops, and plant those that need planting 'in the green'
7 Prune Wisteria
8 Prune hardy evergreen hedges and renovate overgrown deciduous hedges
9 Prune conservatory climbers such as bougainvillea
10 Cut back deciduous grasses left uncut over the winter, remove dead grass from evergreen grasses
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Spring is in sight
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