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When is it too late to plant bulbs? Trim lavender or prune fruit trees? It’s snowy in the Middlesized Garden so I’ve had to put off several gardening jobs. Skip straight to the answers if you need them quickly:

0:00 Introduction
0:52 The Middlesized Garden garden overview
1:45 When is it too late to prune fruit trees? (apple, pear, crab apple)
2:30 When to prune shrubs
3:33 When is it too late to cut back lavender?
3:42 Downderry Lavender – lavender plants for sale and holders of the National Collection:https://downderry-nursery.co.uk/
4:33 When is it too late to plant spring bulbs?
5:47 Gardening Which magazine: https://www.which.co.uk/reviews/gardening-through-the-year/article/guides
6:16 When is it too late to mow the lawn?
7:15 Adventures in Horticulture online gardening club: https://www.patreon.com/loujnicholls
7:16 Naomi Slade, author of ‘Snowdrops’:https://www.naomislade.com/books-by-naomi-slade

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  • 04nbod

    This cold snap was a bit terrifying as I really worked on the garden last year during lockdown so I have a lot of plants in their first season. My aster really didn't like it! Nor did my daffodils, they started coming up in December and after this weekend have just flopped down. I'm hoping the warmer weather this next week will perk them up!

  • Allison Gryski

    My mistake this year was in being impatient and pruning things too soon. I went and pruned my roses and hydrangea in early February and then we had a cold snap with freezing temps and snow. I'm hoping they'll be alright as I have always done them later in past years (I normally follow the rule to prune the roses when the forsythia blooms).

  • Flora Mc Plant

    Love your channel. Q:I've inherited some Hydrangea and haven't pruned them. When do you prune them? They have their big flowerheads, and new growth below. I was going to do it, but glad I have't coz we had a brief intense cold snap– just generally our climate is like yours.

  • Jonathan Taylor

    Great advice as always, thank you. I have always been worried about pruning too late, once the snow has cleared I shall be having a bit of a cut back.

  • RnG Gall

    Fingers crossed you can plant tulips/bulbs as long as you can work the soil! got bulb collections that were meant to go into a different house so I planted them here in December! we will see what comes up around the peach trees

  • sarra alessandra

    Hello I'm sitting in a sun dress melting watching your video..snow! I wish . This has nothing to do with your winter video but I have several and want natural solution to stop mosquito larvae from hatching so we can sit outside near in the evening I had heard of olive oil and tiny bit of dishwashing liquid what is your thoughts and community without damaging the water lilies.love watching you x

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