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January - the shortest day is behind us, and snowdrops are ahead.

Flower Seeds to Sow in January

£3.75

ANTIRRHINUM BRIDAL PINK F1 Add to Basket

ANTIRRHINUM BRIDAL PINK F1

Cat no: 1082B

50 Seeds in packet

Availability: In stock

£2.25

ACHILLEA THE PEARL Add to Basket

ACHILLEA THE PEARL

Cat no: 1015A

150 Seeds in packet

Availability: In stock

£2.95

STOCKS CHERRY BLOSSOM PUNCH Add to Basket

STOCKS CHERRY BLOSSOM PUNCH

Cat no: 2234

50 Seeds in packet

Availability: In stock

£3.95

ANTIRRHINUM CHANTILLY BRONZE F1 Add to Basket

ANTIRRHINUM CHANTILLY BRONZE F1

Cat no: 1096B

50 Seeds in packet

Availability: In stock

Vegetable Seeds to Sow in January

£2.40

WATERCRESS Add to Basket

WATERCRESS

Cat no: 0165

500 in packet

Availability: In stock

£2.40

BROAD BEAN ROBIN HOOD COMING SOON

BROAD BEAN ROBIN HOOD

Cat no: 0122C

25 Seeds in packet

Availability: COMING SOON

£2.60

ONION ROSSA LUNGA DI FIRENZE Add to Basket

ONION ROSSA LUNGA DI FIRENZE

Cat no: 0228C

250 Seeds in packet

Availability: In stock

£2.05

BROAD BEAN AQUADULCE CLAUDIA Add to Basket

BROAD BEAN AQUADULCE CLAUDIA

Cat no: 0120

25 Seeds in packet

Availability: In stock

Planting to do

Flowers
Perhaps cut an early bunch of Hellebores and remember to top dress Rose beds with well rotted manure.

Vegetables and fruit
Replant some of the Rhubarb crowns previously left out for frosting.

If you do nothing else sow some Mustard and Cress.

Other jobs

General upkeep
Find time to feed the birds and break the ice on bird baths and ponds.

If you have not placed your seed order delay no longer - popular varieties always go quickly as do the newcomers.

Expect wind and gales this month and so check fence posts and tree ties.

Time to sit comfortably in the shed and meticulously clean the garden tools and lightly oil the whole implement.