Tags » Garden Calendar September

Check Your Phlox

If your phlox looks distorted it might be a sign of phlox eelworm infection, a parasite. [Photo CCBY Zanastardust]

English

Do some Dividing

Clumped up Alpines or Herbaceous can be divided, it will give them new life and a nice boost! [Photo CCBY NorthStarNerd]

English

Sweet Peas

Sweet peas can be sown in a greenhouse or cold frame, this will yield early summer blooms. [Photo CCBY dichohecho]

English

Tidying up the Garden

Use the remaining good weather you might have to paint fences or other wooden features with a preservative. [Photo CCBY TheMarmot]

English

Netting the Pond

Put a big net over your pond, this will prevent leaves and other debris from cluttering it. [Photo CCBY Yortw]

English

Cutting Down the Withered

Withered or fading perennials should be cut down, remove them from your garden. [Photo CCBY PacoPhoto]

English

Put Tender Plants Inside

Tender perennials such as Lantana or Fuchsia should be brought inside before first frosts can cause damage. [Photo CCBY LadyDragonflyCC]

English