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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Trowel Scoop

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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Daisy Weeder

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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Tipped Dibber

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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Onion Hoe

Stainless Steel Onion Hoe

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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Hand Transplant Trowel

Stainless Steel Hand Transplant Trowel

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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Hand Fork

Stainless Steel Hand Fork

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Haws Garden Tools - Stainless Steel Hand Trowel

Stainless Steel Hand Trowel

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Hug Rug - Runner Stripe 29

Hug Rug - Runner Stripe 29

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Jobs to do in the garden

Sow Annuals for Spring

Sow very hardy annuals now rather than in the spring to ensure early spring blooms.

Sow in trays, transplate and pot on to keep over winter in a greenhouse or frame before planting out once the worst of the winter weather has passed.

Lawn Care

September is the month to start collecting fallen leaves from lawns, otherwise they can mark the grass and encourage disease.

September is also the ideal month to establish new lawns, either from seed or turf. Take advantage of dry and windless days to prepare the ground and sow seeds or lay turf.

October is the time to to plant bulbs

October is the month to start planting bulbs as soil is still warm. Getting roots established before the weather closes in will help them fight rot and wet. Planting bulbs in pots means you can move them round the garden to when and where colour is most needed.

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