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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 February Gardening 101 My green thumb came only as a result of the mistakes I made while learning to see things from the plant's point of view. - H. Fred Dale Prune Plant Harvest Other - Wysteria should be pruned now, as they will bleed if left too late - Hardy evergreen hedges- Conservatory climbers should be pruned back before birds begin nesting- Any winter flowering shrubs which have finished flowering- Apple and pear trees should be pruned by the end of February - Roses can now be planted if planting in an area which has previously grown roses, use mycorrhizal fungi to prevent replant disease- Bare root fruit trees can be planted now if ground is not water logged- Onions, shallots and garlic can be planted towards the end of February- Lily bulbs can be planted in well-drained, enriched soil - Parsnips and leeks can continue to be harvested through February- Brussel sprouts, sprouting broccoli, turnips and leeks can all be harvested - Prepare vegetable seed beds for spring planting by digging over the soil, incorporating compost and removing any weeds- Protect blossoms on fruit trees from the cold using frost fleece- Keep potted outdoor plants raised off the ground to protect from frost- Chilt potato tubers- theyre best kept in open trays in a bright, cool and frost free area such as a glasshouse- Encourage early fruiting in strawberries by covering with cloches Gardener's Advice
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