Begin sowing your summer veggies such as tomatoes, beans and courgettes, along with lettuce, silverbeet and beetroot. For more info click here
Direct sow carrots and parsnips into a weed-free garden bed. Before planting prepare a fine seed bed and mix in compost. Plant out seedlings of beetroot, lettuce, silverbeet, peas, parsley and coriander into prepared, weed-free beds.
Divide and plant up older rhubarb strands or start your own now. For best results plant in part shade and mix in compost and sheep pellets when planting.
Get them in as quick as you can so that they can get settled down and ready to produce. Click here to see our range of Strawberries and Berries
Try to plant any fruit trees before spring fully kicks into gear. When planting make sure you mix in lots of compost and sheep pellets and if they haven’t already formed leaves, prune for shape. Click here to see our range of deciduous fruit trees
Plant any larger trees or hedges now before it dries up to give your plants time to put down roots and settled before spring truly kicks in.
The sight of the first flowering cherry trees or the impressive blooms of a magnolia are a sure sign that spring is near! Click here to see our range
Brighten up your garden instantly with pansies, violas, primulas, polyanthus, and snap dragons. When planting, mix in compost and sheep pellets. And to really bring out the colour of your primulas and polyanthus try feeding with dried blood (available in 500g packets instore).
Plant summer bulbs now for a delightful abundance of colour this summer. Dahlias are in now, gladioli & begonia will arrive this month.
Fill pots with Bulb Mix or mix it into your existing garden soil to improve drainage. Sprinkle a handful of Kings Bulb Fertiliser to encourage longer flowering.
Start preparing for spring and summer now! Dig in compost crops and start weeding beds to ensure you’re ready and prepared to plant this spring.
Thoroughly spray with a mix of FreeFlo Copper and Aquaticus Glow before they burst into life. By winter spraying with these two organic products you reduce the risk of diseases and pest problems over the coming seasons.
Time to trim and shape early flowering camellias, wait till it’s finished blooming then trim.
As it warms up you can begin to repair your lawn or plant up any new patches. Or if moss has become a problem apply Kings Lawn Moss Control, just be careful around paving as it can stain it. Click here for our Lawn Care Range
Ideal for creating the perfect conditions for seed germination.
Protect new seedling from slugs snails. If you have pets use Tui Quash as it’s the safest pellet available to use around cats, dogs and is generally considered less toxic than table salt in small amounts.
A fine mix that is free draining and increases the rate of germination.