There is a definite switch in the air and the chill that has set in shows that winter is on its way! Now is the time to get all the prep work done outdoors so that come spring your garden is looking its best.
Since moving I have to admit I have stalled as far as the garden is concerned in the hope that next spring/summer I can begin working on some of the longer term plans I have. We have it all mapped out, chickens, a rabbit with garden run and play area will all be in place and the existing fruit trees etc will welcome a vegetable garden which will put us on the path to being self sufficient and with the help of SGS it really feels like a vision I can see becoming reality. Obviously this is going to include a lot of renovation as we have two flat levels of garden at the moment that are both over grown, some major ground work will need to be put in!
Here are my top 5 tips to get your garden winter ready.
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