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  • Lavenderworld’s Guide to Jobs to do in a Winter Garden

    (EMAILWIRE.COM, November 29, 2011 ) York, UK -- Many people think there’s not much to do over winter however they are quite wrong, the garden with its blanket of leaves, sleeping shrubbery, herbs and seeds still needs care and attention, and if hopes rest on getting off to a stress free start in the spring, it’s a good idea to add a little organization to proceedings too.

    Take a Good Look at the Garden Shed:

    The Garden shed, unless time has been taken to clean all tools after use, and store everything neatly, will probably be looking like a bomb’s hit it right about now. Are their plant pots pots with splits in them scattered in a corner just in case? Or a shovel neatly tidied away and hanging neatly on a wall but caked in mud? Now is the time to organize the shed, as soon space will be needed for mail order plants too, so get busy!

    Make Good Use of Space:

    Shelving in a garden shed is a priority; it is amazing how many items that can fit on a shelf, and how much floor space it creates. The great aspect is there is no need to be a DIY expert, as even shabby shelves will tidy up the weed killer, fertilizer and compost, leaving the shed floor clutter free.

    Hook, Hook and Away:

    Hooks in walls, roofs, ceilings, on the back of doors, or even just rusty old nails will keep all tools off the floor. It is not required to be OCD and draw around every tool, but having a line of hedge trimmers, the rake, hoe and hanging spades by their handles, will not only make them much easier to find it will also ensure any moisture drips off too, minimizing the risk of rust over winter.

    Buff it up:

    Tools could do with a clean now, and if they have mud or soil on them, it’s best to clear them of everything before storing otherwise the plants for sale that are lusted over during the winter months will not have the best of starts. Keeping them dirty will attract rust and rot, making for a very expensive spring. Once hosed down, dry thoroughly, and then add a little lubricant such as linseed oil to act as a waterproof barrier keeping moisture in the air at bay.

    Keep Sharp:

    All tools could do with a good sharpening now, when the sun pops out and the frost begins to thaw in 2012 it is not advisable to waste the daylight sharpening up blunt tools when plants online are waiting to be planted. A sand block covered in glass paper is ideal for shears and loppers, whilst some glass paper will work great on fiddly smaller cutters such as secateurs. Make sure to lubricate all edges with a good lubricant, and also the joints, so they don’t seize up over winter. Get the mail order plants now and start making a beautiful garden.

    If tools are already rusty, all is not lost; there are a host of good products on the market that will bring tools back to shining perfection with a little tender loving care. There's a lot of plants for sale online too so no longer will it be hard to look for a good herbs and seeds, and plants online.

    About Lavenderworld:

    Lavender is known for its medicinal properties as well as its beauty. With the creation of their family company Yorkshire Lavender thirteen years ago, they have taken great pleasure in tracing the history of the lavender plant, and experimenting with it uses. Now they have a vast array of lavender on show at their tourist attraction in Yorkshire and an extensive selection of garden plants.

    Lavenderworld.co.uk has always been an aspiration for many as Yorkshire Lavender has led them to embrace all aspects of Lavender including its colour. At Lavender World they aim to provide florists with a wide range of high quality and innovative products continuing the Lavender theme.

    Lavenderworld
    Terrington
    York
    YO60 6PB
    Tel: 01653 648 008
    Email: info@lavenderworld.co.uk

    Lavender World
    Will Barnby
    (165) - 364 - 8008
    info@lavenderworld.co.uk

    Source: EmailWire.com

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