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Welcome to the CountryLife Gardening Blog, written by our horticulturists
to provide you with the best tips & advice for all things gardening! 

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June in the garden
Jun 04, 2014 In June your plants are getting more daylight than in any other month. This will encourage a burst of growth so your plants will need a lot of attention. Read more
May in the garden
Apr 30, 2014 It is time for bedding, planting, feeding and lawn mowing. It sounds like a lot to remember? Don't worry, we have listed all the jobs for you. Read more
Create your own decorative stepping stones
Apr 17, 2014 Get creative and decorate your garden with stepping stones Read more
Plant Doctor: Rust
Apr 08, 2014 Tips on how to treat and prevent your plants from rust. Read more
Phlox Care Tips
Apr 07, 2014 Phlox is an ideal flower for the back of your border. It has a fantastic fragrance and requires very little maintenance. Read more
April in the Garden
Mar 31, 2014 Spring is finally here which means that there is a lot of work to be done in your garden. Get busy! Read more
Senetti care tips
Mar 24, 2014 Add a splash of colour to your Spring garden with a dazzling Senetti Read more
March in the garden
Mar 10, 2014 Spring has sprung - time to get busy in the garden Read more
February in the garden
Jan 30, 2014 Winter is the quiet time for gardeners but now it’s time to shake off the cobwebs because the glorious days of tender growth are ahead as our gardens springs to life. Read more
Plant your own potatoes
Jan 17, 2014 It's nearly time to plant your potatoes! Follow our advice on how to do it and how to protect your crop from blight. Read more