July Blog

July Blog

It’s been a seriously hot start to the summer! With no rain over 3 weeks and full sunshine, lots of grassland is scorched and gardens suffering with lack of much needed water.

July Blog

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No better time to put your water butts into good use that’s for sure. Collecting rain water is really easy and a sustainable approach to gardening. Of course if there is a hose pipe ban you will be well covered and it’s always good to try and limit water usage when possible. You know our greenhouses come with downpipes perfect for you to connect a water butt to!?

Needless to say, we have thoroughly enjoyed being at the garden shows this year and recently revamped our display at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Show with a mix of tropical and cottage plants all from Notcutts and it looked fantastic - even if we do say so ourselves. If you’d like to take a look at the photos and a video if our stand, they are on our Facebook page here.

Next up is the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show, we hope to see you there!

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