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Blossoms and Flowerings

Sunday, March 25, 2018

It’s March and after rather a lot of surprise snow this month, let’s get down to spring! The spring equinox and clocks going forward mean more daylight, more time to enjoy the outdoors and hopefully more sunshine. The daffodils, crocus and tulips are coming out and the trees are starting to blossom. It’s time to get out in the garden and start enjoying its delights.


Look out for...

Euphorbia characias subsp wulfenii –striking focal point specimen plant with evergreen leaves and round flowerheads

Magnolias – starting to bud and flower into impressive displays

Forsythia – beautiful yellow flowers appearing now before the coming green leaves

Hellebore augutifolia – pale green flowers and attractive foliage

Good time to...

Start mowing lawns

Plant summer-flowering bulbs

Mulch beds to feed soil and suppress weeds

Gardens in the news

Help protect hedgehogs in the gardens with Hedgehog Street The site has tips on helping hedgehogs get around and thrive, by making gardens interlinked so hedgehogs can access a wide variety of insects and avoid hazards.

See these amazing pictures of ancient trees around the world.

Some truly stunning images of nature in the winning photos of International Garden Photographer of the Year

Company news

The Urban Gardeners have been busy working on a number of new planting jobs – from completely new planting schemes, to adding to existing beds and borders.