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Have you already harvested your apples this season? 🍏🍎🍏🍎

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Have you already harvested your apples this season? 🍏🍎🍏🍎

#Haskins #SeedsofWisdom #garden #gardener #happylife #weekend #autumn

If you're a fan of Hellebores, our new season stock is now available!

Great for winter interest, they thrive well in light shade. They also provide a much needed source of food for pollinating insects at this time of year 🐝

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If youre a fan of Hellebores, our new season stock is now available!

Great for winter interest, they thrive well in light shade. They also provide a much needed source of food for pollinating insects at this time of year 🐝

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For all you apple and pear growers - its time to get those grease bands on!

Winter moths are active around this time of year and can be trapped by applying grease bands to your trees, improving the quality of your fruit next year 🍏🍎🍏

For those wanting to plant fruit trees, autumn is the best time to plant them as they can get a head start on establishing their root system over the winter months.

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For all you apple and pear growers - its time to get those grease bands on!

Winter moths are active around this time of year and can be trapped by applying grease bands to your trees, improving the quality of your fruit next year 🍏🍎🍏

For those wanting to plant fruit trees, autumn is the best time to plant them as they can get a head start on establishing their root system over the winter months.

#Haskins #HaskinsHints #garden #gardener #happylife #autumn

Ideal for shelves, cupboard tops or hanging direct from hooks, trailing plants are wonderful for softening edges and offering texture to a room.

They're also good for complimenting more structural houseplants to create that full, lush, jungle look.

Traditional favourites are Ivy, Tradescantia and spider-plants, but we also enjoy the more unusual varieties such as Episcia, Deschidia and Rhipsalis.

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Ideal for shelves, cupboard tops or hanging direct from hooks, trailing plants are wonderful for softening edges and offering texture to a room.

Theyre also good for complimenting more structural houseplants to create that full, lush, jungle look.

Traditional favourites are Ivy, Tradescantia and spider-plants, but we also enjoy the more unusual varieties such as Episcia, Deschidia and Rhipsalis.

#Haskins #HaskinsHouseplants

Unusual foliage plants are perfect for adding interest and creating focal points both indoors and out 🌿🌿🌿

Alocasia, Philodendron 'Monkey Mask' and Croton are excellent choices for adding a touch of the tropical indoors, especially if you live in an apartment or don't have access to a garden.

For outdoors, Fatsia japonica pairs well with other variegated plants such as Pittosporum or Euonymus, creating evergreen contrast and texture, especially against ornaments.

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Unusual foliage plants are perfect for adding interest and creating focal points both indoors and out 🌿🌿🌿

Alocasia, Philodendron Monkey Mask and Croton are excellent choices for adding a touch of the tropical indoors, especially if you live in an apartment or dont have access to a garden.

For outdoors, Fatsia japonica pairs well with other variegated plants such as Pittosporum or Euonymus, creating evergreen contrast and texture, especially against ornaments.

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I bought 2 hercheras lime green marmade from you but unable to find more like that,i wish i could.

It may be Autumn, but there's still plenty of colour to be enjoyed right now 🌸🌼

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Available in a reds, pinks, whites and yellows, Chrysanthemums always offer a burst of colour on dull, grey days.

To help your 'Pot mums' last longer and survive the winter, follow these five steps:

1) Water daily whilst they're flowering. the root system of a large display can dry out quickly. Keeping the soil moist will help plants stay healthy until you are ready to plant them.

2) Get these plants out of their pots and into the ground soon after purchase. This gives the roots the maximum amount of time to become established before a hard freeze. If you prefer to display mums in the pots they came in, plant them promptly once their flower display is done.

3) Provide mums with a generous layer of a light mulch as soon as the ground freezes. Mounding pine needles, straw or home made compost mulch around the plant will help prevent the roots from heaving out of the ground during repeated freeze/thaw cycles.

4) Try to create a micro-climate so the plants will be protected from winter winds. A location on the south side of a building or other sheltered spot is ideal. You can also protect potted mums by planting them in a cold frame.

5) Continue watering mums even after their blooms have faded to encourage new root growth. Keep in mind however, that mums demand good drainage. They will not survive the winter if planted in soggy soil.

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Available in a reds, pinks, whites and yellows, Chrysanthemums always offer a burst of colour on dull, grey days.

To help your Pot mums last longer and survive the winter, follow these five steps:

1) Water daily whilst theyre flowering. the root system of a large display can dry out quickly. Keeping the soil moist will help plants stay healthy until you are ready to plant them.

2) Get these plants out of their pots and into the ground soon after purchase. This gives the roots the maximum amount of time to become established before a hard freeze. If you prefer to display mums in the pots they came in, plant them promptly once their flower display is done.

3) Provide mums with a generous layer of a light mulch as soon as the ground freezes. Mounding pine needles, straw or home made compost mulch around the plant will help prevent the roots from heaving out of the ground during repeated freeze/thaw cycles.

4) Try to create a micro-climate so the plants will be protected from winter winds. A location on the south side of a building or other sheltered spot is ideal. You can also protect potted mums by planting them in a cold frame.

5) Continue watering mums even after their blooms have faded to encourage new root growth. Keep in mind however, that mums demand good drainage. They will not survive the winter if planted in soggy soil.

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Now part of the Haskins family, come and meet
our fantastic friends at Birdworld

We have over 1,200 birds to view at Birdworld and a farmyard that is home to many
loveable animals. You'll discover lots of interesting information
about our residents, from how they live both in the wild and here at the park, to what they like to eat for breakfast!