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|Gardening tips for fruit and vegetables in May Advice on the best ways to grow fruit and vegetables in your garden for May!|
|Gardening tips for MayHere are some handy tips to best maintain and improve your garden during the month of May! ...|
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Herbs are so useful and growing them can be simple and easy to manage. Here are some tips for planting your own herbs.
|6 steps for transforming your garden6|
These are the six major steps you should follow if planning to transform your garden. All these steps should be followed before selecting or buying plants.
|Digging & Cultivating3|
Digging is the first stage of preparing soil for cropping. In spite of attempts to find alternatives, it remains standard practice – thorough cultivation and good drainage are vital for providing the conditions in which crops thrive. Tackled in the right way, digging is not as hard as many beginners believe.
|Guide For Growing Fruit in Your Backyard2|
Few home gardeners nowadays have space for an orchard. Fruit bushes and trees have to be fitted in, often at the expense of ornamental plants or as part of the vegetable plot. Fortunately, they are attractive as well as productive.
|Tree planting tips2|
Everything you need to know about planting trees
|How to Protect Fruit From Birds1|
Having lavished months of care on your fruit bushes, there is nothing more exasperating than to see birds gorging themselves on your just-ripening crops. Old CDs strung from branches or sticks bearing rattling lengths of silver foil can be useful for a short time, until the birds get used to them. Netted structures – either temporary or permanent – are the best solution.
Toughen up the turf to keep the grass green
|How to remove rose suckers1|
Suckers grow below ground on grafted roses and on the stems of standard roses. Grafting uses the rootstock of one plant to attach to another.
|How to plant a bare-root tree1|
Step-by-step instructions for planting a bare-root tree
|Mid-summer pests and diseases1|
Common garden problems to watch out for mid-summer
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