November Blog

November Blog

As the weather gets colder, its time for a good clear up in the garden and on the allotment. 

November Blog

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Create leaf piles for mulch and cover over beds if needed. Cutting back perennials is a matter of choice but its always preferable to leave some seed heads for wildlife, plus they give the garden lovely interest over the winter months.

We’ve seen plenty of Rhino Greenhouses being installed this year all around the country and even overseas. Some of our professional installers have posted some fantastic photographs on social media and you can see them on any of our social pages. They are sure to give you some inspira-tion for your garden. Winter is the perfect time to get planning for next year so grab and pencil and paper and get plotting what you would like to achieve in 2019.

Take a look at this months video diary for some greenhouse gardening inspiration, all the way from the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

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