Autumn Gardening Tips
We have teamed up with ‘4Seasons Outdoors’ to bring together the most comprehensive seasonal tip blog available anywhere on the web!
We want to use our thousands of enthusiastic gardening fans to share their seasonal gardening tips or advice. We will be launching a seasonal blog each week starting with summer, just write your tip in the comments box and you stand a great chance to win. Share it with your friends and family to make sure you get past the magical 5 likes your tip needs to be entered into our draw. Scroll down the page for full details on how to enter.
How to enter:
- Write your tip or advice in the comments area at the bottom
- Share or Like three other Gardening Tips
- Like our Facebook page and share our competition Photo with family and friends
- Re-tweet our competition tweet to increase your chances of winning
****Once your tip has gained five likes or shares you will be entered into our draw****
We will be launching our Winter Blog next week, come back and add a tip for a chance to double your entries!
Don't forget to share our post with friends and family through Facebook and Twitter, as this is truly a wonderful prize.
Any Gardening tip that receives 5 or more likes or shares will be entered into our prize draw to win this incredible 4Seasons Buckingham Suite worth a massive £4300.00
Tips For Autumn
Autumn is the time to take advantage of any late sunshine and have a last barbeque. Clean and treat garden furniture before packing away for the winter. The garden can still look colourful with dahlias and chrysanthemums which should flower well into autumn. Replace scraggy summer bedding with some cheap, cheerful pansies. Pick and preserve the last vegetables, put the greenery on the compost heap and dig over the beds ready for next year. Rake up leaves to make leaf mould. Put out a hedgehog house and leave piles of wood for hibernating insects. Visit the garden centre, have a coffee and scone and drool over the huge variety of spring bulbs. Re-visit childhood, go for a walk and collect conkers! Now is the time to visit arboretums and be enthralled by the autumn colours before the first winter winds put paid to autumn.