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Maintain your garden during winter.
If you have any delicate plants in your garden, the best way to protect them is to dig them out and move them to pots inside your greenhouse or conservatory. However if they are too big or fragile, you can cover them with any old cotton sheet and this will protect them from the heavy frost. Remember to knock off any snow from the cover or this will not work!

What plants should we buy to grow during winter?
Some of the most vibrant flowers that will bring colour to your garden in the colder months are simple bedding plants and winter flowering bulbs/corms such as the following…
Bedding Pansies, Wallflowers, Kale & Polyanthus. These flowers come in varied colours and sizes, sure to brighten up your planters, pots and boarders during those grey months.
Bulbs/Corms Cyclamen are early winter Corms and then we have our wondrous bulbs, Crocus, in the late winter, followed by the splendid snowdrops.

What should we keep an eye out for at The Lensbury?
Have a look out for these little treats: Corylus Avellana ‘Contorta’ (Hazel), which has contorted stems and bears bright yellow catkins in February. Acacia Mucronata (Wattle) produces lance-shaped false leaves from mid-January to mid-March, known as Phyllodes. Also keep your eyes peeled for our winter bedding plants in the planters and scattered around our beautiful grounds.