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September Gardening TipsCreated by Jane Jackson in Being You, Home and Garden
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- Keep deadheading and tidying up perennials.
- Pick your sweet peas to encourage the final flush.
- Divide perennials for more free plants.
- In my part of the country we have had only a little rain so water new plants especially, always water the roots and either in the early morning or evening.
- Plant Spring flowering plants and bulbs.
- Don’t forget to collect seeds from your perennials, keep in a brown paper bag and label them.
- In the veg and fruit garden it is time for harvesting and to enjoy the fruits of your labours.
- If you have tender plants look out for early frosts, perennials that are not frost hardy need to go inside soon.
- The lawn needs attention before the Winter, raise the blades on your mower and mow less often.
- Any patches that need some TLC, now is the time, seed or patch with new turf, keep it watered.
- Time to scarify as well, it is worth doing, you can use a rake and just rake out the thatch and then aerate, making holes all over the lawn to allow it to breathe.
- Autumn feed is also a job for now.
- It really is the time for general housekeeping in the garden.
- Lets hope we all enjoy some beautiful Autumn days and breakfasts in the garden, might need your fleece on though!