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To mark the end of the gardening year, Churchill and the RHS have joined forces to provide lots of useful hints and tips to help ‘put the garden to bed’ for winter.
And making your garden winter proof doesn’t have to be arduous – that beloved allotment can still provide winter salad delights and seemingly dull foliage some festive Christmas decorations for the home.
Once you have got the garden all set for winter, you can rest easy, ready for next gardening year.
Winter Garden Articles and Videos
Bulbs to brighten up your home this Christmas
And some festive colour to your home with our guide
Help your garden survive winter
Make sure your garden is ready with our helpful tips
Balcony plants and window boxes
A window on the wonderful world of gardening
Colour to banish the winter blues
Warm hues in the cold season never fail to revive the spirits
While the harvest is over, there are plenty of fruit-related tasks for winter
Protect your garden in December
Make sure protective measures are in place and doing their job.
Tips for choosing winter container plants
A great way to add colour and cheer and reusable in the summer!
Cooking at Wisley
Our friends at Wisley Gardens show you how to make some lovely winter-warming recipes
Plants to make your garden glow
How to make your garden colourful and attractive throughout the winter months
Growing winter vegetables
A guide to growing delicious food in your own back yard.
Preventing winter damage
Simple steps to ensure your garden will survive the worst winter can throw at you
Winter flowering bulbs
The easy way to lighten up your garden
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