Planning your Spring garden

Looking out of the window at your garden at this time of year can be a source of some sadness. Everything looks dormant and grey unless you’ve managed to get some winter flowering growth. It’s not the time to be downhearted. The thought of the spring Garden and the colour that it will bring should help. It’s an excellent time to make a lovely warm cup of tea or coffee and start to plan that spring garden out. Get a catalogue or go online and begin to plan and choose what you’re going to have next year. It’s precisely what the resident of the Park Homes Gloucestershire way properties are doing. Those living the Park Home Life will have their plans in full swing.

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The first thing to look forward to is the coming of the bulbs. Snowdrops and aconites seem to come easier and earlier as we get winters that are less cold or as long. Thanks to climate change, we are faced with a winter of mild to above seasonal average temperatures with strong wind and lots of rain for the future. This means that you can get your spring plants in earlier as the weather might allow early access.

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The best thing is to draw your garden into sections and pick them for each part. If you’re a bit computer savvy, there are plenty of garden design apps and programs that can help you plan it out before you’ve even broken the soil.