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November 1 2006 English Garden Newsletter


Welcome to the English Garden newsletter

If the weather is not too cold where you are you can still plant spring bulbs.

A good idea is to plant some in a tub or pots and put them in a sheltered spot so they will bloom earlier in the year than those planted in your main garden.


Why not grow an Guelder Rose or Viburnum opulus - it is an easy native hardy English shrub to grow.

It can grow up to 16 feet (500cm) eventually.
It will do well in shade or partial shade. It prefers moist but well drained soil .

From late spring to early summer it has lovely white lacey flowers, these are followed by red fruits that will attract wildlife into your garden.

Now at this time of year the leaves have turned a glorious reddy orange and it adds stunning background for the last of the autumn flowers.

Autumn is a good time to give your lawn some extra tender loving care whether it is a tiny circle or large rectangle.

Get your rake out and give it a really good raking. This does wonders.

It helps to move any moss or old bits of mown grass. This lets the grass breathe and improves the drainage allowing water to reach the grass roots and gives you a workout at the same time!

Repair any bits of your lawn that may have suffered on being walked on too much.

Donít forget to collect any leaves that are on the lawn. Just pop them into black plastic bags so you get good leaf compost for next year!

Here's the latest article from the English Garden site at BellaOnline.com.

English Wildflowers
Autumn flowering roses

http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art47235.asp

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Hellie T., English Garden Editor
http://englishgarden.bellaonline.com


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