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Plant of the Week: Autumn/winter pansies
With a bit of luck your late-summer containers are looking fabulous at the moment, all hot reds, oranges and yellows. But a good gardener is always one step ahead - so now is the time to be thinking about what you'll be planting to follow them.
Luckily we've got just the thing. Pansies are the troopers of the bedding brigade: cheerful, easy-going and flowering through all but the very coldest weather from autumn through till spring. Plant generous potfuls of cheery mixed colours, or stick to a single colour theme for a more sophisticated look: you'll find just what you need on sale in our garden centre right now.
Sow winter salads
Sow a few lettuces and other salad ingredients in modules to keep in a coldframe, and then when gaps appear you can just drop them in to keep the crops coming. Loose-leaf lettuces like 'Lollo Rossa', beetroot, mizuna or spinach all do the job nicely.
Filling your house with the colour and fragrance of fresh flowers cut from the garden is one of the great pleasures of gardening. The trouble is, though, if you take all the flowers from the garden, there's nothing left to look at outside.
The answer is to create yourself a cutting gard…Read more