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With the colourful season of autumn coming to an end, it’s time to get your garden winter ready and give it a good clean. Nobody wants to deal with rusty equipment and weed filled paths once winter is over, so get prepared beforehand and save yourself the hassle in spring.
The 2018 gardening season has certainly been one to remember. At the start of the year the question on everyone’s mind was ‘When is it going to stop raining’.Then it did stop and summer arrived but the worry was how long the good weather was going to last. However, the sun just keeps on shining and here we are at the beginning of November and the leaves are still on the trees.
There were predictions of an early Autumn, but summer just wouldn’t let go, sogarden centres are ready for Christmas and consumers still enjoying lovely warm days. Things are now about to change with temperatures dropping to more seasonal norms and Autumn and Christmas ready for lift off.
A common misconception is that homeowners only work on their garden throughout the summer, however, most furniture and exterior accessories need protection from the elements that are synonymous with the British autumn.
If your garden is your pride and enjoy, you probably don’t want to skimp on autumn maintenance. It’s always a good idea to take the pre-emptive measures in and around your garden during autumn before winter hits, otherwise you may end up with triple the work load come spring. Outdoor cleaning specialist, Jeyes has put together some top autumn garden maintenance tips:
Haskins is encouraging gardeners to make the most of their homegrown beetroot with a delicious roasted beetroot and balsamic vinegar recipe.