Midwest Radio - Weekly Gardening Advice Show 02/03/2019
Published March 2, 2019
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    The 2019 garden programme kicked off with a general look at how gardens have fared over the winter period with lots of plants coming into growth and flower a little earlier than usual due to the mild conditions. Roses were in the spotlight as its a perfect time to prune and feed them now. There was also a focus on summer flowering plants such as hydrangeas and budleias which will all benefit from pruning at the moment while summer flowering bulbs like dahlia and begonias can be planted inside now for transplanting later in the spring. The benefits of gardening with Vegeopds were highlighted as a great way for growing a variety of vegetables while listeners questions included problems with bolting onions, sowing herbs for sensory therapy, planting oregano to attract bees around apple trees and how to deal with grubs and vine weavil on bulbs that have remained in the ground over winter.
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