Gardens Illustrated Magazine

FUTURE PROSPECTS

May is a time of great optimism in the garden. Seedlings and young plants revel in the sunshine and the promise of longer days and warmer nights, nature is bursting forth all around and nothing much – as yet – has had time to go wrong. A little bit of planning and diligent maintenance now will help ensure that all this early promise is fulfilled in the shape of bountiful harvests later on.

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