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The season of mists and mellow fruitfulness

Flower Seeds to Sow in September

£3.50

DIGITALIS DALMATION PEACH Out of stock

DIGITALIS DALMATION PEACH

Cat no: 1480C

25 Seeds in packet

SOW: Jan - Mar, Sep, Oct

Availability: Out of stock

£2.55

VIOLA SORBET BLUEBERRY SUNDAE MIXED F1 Add to Basket

VIOLA SORBET BLUEBERRY SUNDAE MIXED F1

Cat no: 2326A

25 Seeds in packet

SOW: Mar - Sep

Availability: In stock

£3.50

AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI BLUE AND WHITE F1 Add to Basket

AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI BLUE AND WHITE F1

Cat no: 1100D

20 Seeds in packet

SOW: Jan - Apr, Aug, Sep

Availability: In stock

£2.80

ERYNGIUM LEAVENWORTHII PURPLE SHEEN Add to Basket

ERYNGIUM LEAVENWORTHII PURPLE SHEEN

Cat no: 1506A

20 Seeds in packet

SOW: Jan - Apr, Sep - Nov

Availability: In stock

Vegetable Seeds to Sow in September

£1.95

ONION SLENDER STAR BUNCHING Add to Basket

ONION SLENDER STAR BUNCHING

Cat no: 0226B

250 Seeds in packet

SOW: Feb - Apr, Sep, Oct

Availability: In stock

£2.40

ONION GUARDSMAN SALAD Add to Basket

ONION GUARDSMAN SALAD

Cat no: 0227A

500 Seeds in packet

SOW: Feb - Apr, Sep, Oct

Availability: In stock

£3.85

STRAWBERRY FALKLAND ISLAND Out of stock

STRAWBERRY FALKLAND ISLAND

Cat no: 0314I

10 seeds in packet

SOW: Feb - Nov

Availability: Out of stock

£2.05

ONION ELISTA Add to Basket

ONION ELISTA

Cat no: 0228B

250 Seeds in packet

SOW: Feb - Apr, Sep, Oct

Availability: In stock

Try to find time to plant a few groups of Spring Flowering Bulbs particularly dwarf Tulips and dwarf Daffodils.

Remember this is the best time to divide hardy perennials in the main border

Sweet Peas can be easily forgotten but September 15th is recognised as the exhibitors sowing date. Plants 6 seeds in a 4 inch pot and stand in a cold frame until the Spring.

Sow another row of Radish while there is still time and a further row of Lettuce under cloches.

Replace Clivia on top of the bench from their vacation under the bench.

Finally clear the greenhouse of early Tomatoes. Ditch the soil and wash the pots ready for next February.

Continue turning Shallots to hasten ripening.

Pick remaining Apples - Pears aren’t quite ready yet.

If ants are a problem this year - locate the source and sprinkle ant powder.

Check downpipes and gutters and at the same time wash out water butts and lids.

Remove any leaves or debris from the pond.

Give the lawn its probable last cut for the season and scarify if necessary remembering to clean the mower afterwards. You will appreciate it next Spring when you come to use it again.