We may only be allowed to have six people in the garden right now, but that's enough for a party in our book!!
It never fails: Once temperatures start rising, you inevitably step into your garden to a persistent, tell-tale buzzing and zipping. All it takes is one sting to develop a healthy respect for all manner of wasps, hornets, and yellow jackets. So keeping your outdoor spaces free of them is a priority.
Here's a handy list of what to plant in September, along with the flowers, fruits and vegetables you can grow this month:
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Enjoy your garden this month while it’s still looking its best and there are so many delicious fruit and vegetables ready to eat. But August is also the time to start planning ahead if you want colourful autumn and winter blooms, or plenty of produce for your plate for the months ahead. Here's what to plant in August, including things you can still sow from seed:
You probably know this already, but it’s pretty sunny here in Spain, particularly in Murcia. For gardeners on anything but the smallest scale, that’s a problem.
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There’s plenty to keep you busy in the garden in June, but also plenty to sit back and enjoy! With the longest day bringing extra hours of warmth and sunshine, the threat of cold spells and frost is now long past, and you can start planting in earnest.
The flowers that grow in Spain are quite gorgeous, unique and fitting to Spain's alluring culture.
If you decide to focus on fragrance in your garden, add plants that have flowers, leaves or trunks that offer delightful smells during the day or at night.