Monday May 21 , 2018

Blue Daisy Blog

Blue Daisy blog written by Nicki Jackson & Jules Clark - for news, views, garden design, gardening and plant observations and thoughts.

Subscribe to this list via RSS Blog posts tagged in Snowdrops

February Gardens

Posted by on in Gardening

snowdropsFebruary is definitely a cold month and can often be colder than January!  

This month we really start to notice the days getting that little bit longer and there are often a few sunny days to look forward to too!  The warmer days can tempt us outside but don’t be fooled there's still a likelihood of cold winds, heavy frosts and maybe even a sprinkling of snow so remember, early sowing of seeds and planting out may lead to disappointment! 

On those days warm enough to get outside and enjoy you’ll be able to see signs of life beginning to stir in and around your garden!  Snowdrops and crocuses are already up and flowering in many areas and even the daffodils have made an appearance making everywhere look so much brighter and cheerier! We're already seeing them peeping through in many of our client's gardens here in Coventry and Warwickshire.

Continue reading
Hits: 9857 0 Comments
0

Blog Categories

Tag Cloud

Winter shrubs Greenhouse BBC CorTen steel career in horticulture garden focal points watering can pollinators Floating Paradise Gardens of London stonemarket hosepipe Berginia surfaces winner plants heatwave gravel Seed sowing wild flowers timber birch June garden wildlife National Gardening Week Prince Harry spring garden ash pests RHS Hampton Court Absorb pollution Crocus Charlie Dimmock ha ha January garden Birmingham Library National Trust Achillea alpines Chelsea Flower Show winter garden plant pots CorTen Lawrence Johnston Joe Swift blue pond water feature basil garden design tip paving Snowdrops Nicki Jackson acer rainwater harvesting recycled materials roof garden contemporary March garden Geranium RHS Chelsea Euphorbia RHS Tatton Park garden Shrubs Decking unity Horticultural twitter Ilex terracota traditional style Mrs Loudon water conservation planning your garden cyclamen Blue Daisy eco-friendly Matt James Sophie Raworth Alan Titchmarsh water bulbs Echinacea autumn garden Cut flowers RHS HNC ornamental grasses Phyllostachys nigra Joanna Lumley green spaces GYO hydroponic herbs scented shrubs kerb-side appeal February Levens Hall Malvern Hills pollinating insects Berberis Jekka McVicar Spring shrubs colour in your garden Chris Beardshaw Daffodils bees Stone Lane Gardens elm grey water Acuba Briza maxima Cambridge botanical garden Wildflowers drought Bamboo deer kitchen garden February garden sound in the garden Kew Gardens Perennial front garden patio spring bulbs Rachel de Thame Great British Garden Revival Ashwood Nurseries John Massey saving water cottage gardens December garden Toby Buckland bulb display Horticulturalist May garden New York Highline Horticulture movement in the garden reclaimed materials Stoneleigh composting London house plants Narcissus Hosta Capability Brown Buxus rosemary garden design legacy gift July garden Cloches sorbus April garden Joseph Banks snow women and work award garden advice at home August garden Alys Fowler structure Taxus RHS Malvern NSALG Urban Heat Island watering November garden October garden poppies Highgrove Glasshouse Lantra garden design trends summer garden Garden Planning Selfridges Roof Garden gardening on tv James Wong rococo Monty Don doddington hall Events & Shows repetition Kensington Roof Garden grow your own herbaceous borders September garden form water butt Futurescape vertical garden build edible garden show Malvern Spring Show rock gardens productive garden show gardens Coastal plants Trees Moss Bank Park sunflowers Herb garden Fleece Kelmarsh Hall Chelsea Physic Garden Urban Heat Island Effect Hidcote lawn care hard landscaping sweat peas Herb Carol Klein Laurel Wisley garden room courtyard Cosmos astrosanguineus Tom Hart-Dyke topiary HTA roof gardens Gardeners World cottage garden

Welcome to Blue Daisy Blog



Our Promise

promiseWe work hard to keep our customers happy.  We work to a voluntary customer charter.

Peace of Mind

simplybusinessWe take our responsibilities seriously so we're insured through Simply Business.

Click on the logo for our Garden Design insurance details. For Gardening details see our gardening services page.

Proud Members Of...

landscapejuicen... The Landscape Juice Network where we interact with other professional gardeners, designers and landscapers.