There is nothing better than the smell of flowers in your garden. Picture your childhood days and what do you remember most about running around in the garden. The smell. March & April are the months to create that smell. In our hurried, stressful world, we’re often looking for ways to relax and enjoy the things around us. Your own flower garden is a terrific way to do that. As the saying goes, you can improve life simply by stopping to smell the roses.
And those roses smell even better if you grew them yourself! You’ve probably noticed that some people just have a knack for growing nice, healthy flowers while the rest of us seem to mostly grow weeds. Often the difference between a lush, wonderful flower garden and a gnarly weed bed are a few simple factors. Do the right things and you’ll find growing beautiful flowers is easier than you imagined.
Buy flowers (or seeds), & Plant flowers that do well in your area. Temperature, rainfall, and more that determine your local climate will favor some flowers, while making others almost impossible to grow. For example, if you endure the dryer summers of the south coast or London, you will have to grow different kinds of flowers than people in cooler Durham, Newcastle or Manchester.
To some degree, you can check the backs of seed packets to know which plants grow in your area and what time of year to plant. Gardening guides can also help, and here at Poplar Tree Garden Centre we offer the facility to talk to our experts via telephone, email or inperson. Simply contact us with your gardening query and we will help you on the spot. Your best bet is always to talk to someone who knows plants. Usually you can find these people working in smaller stores, greenhouses, and nurseries. It’s usually not hard to identify who these plant experts are, as just about everybody in town knows about them and repeats their advice.
We are able to offer next day delivery on all of our flowering or vegetable seeds and bulbs to anywhere in the UK.
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