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A Wet & Windy Start

With 2015 ending in gales and rain, 2016 hasn't started much better - wet and windy!

But, it's January, the start of the new growing season - and time to time to start thinking and planning for the year ahead. Despite not being able to achieve anything outside at the nursery at the moment we are still more than busy potting up fruit, potting up Fuchsias - and turning our thoughts to seed sowing and propagation. But we wont be in too much of a hurry just yet...

And so we ask the same of you. Already on social media and gardening forums gardeners are goading each other with, "I have already sown this", or "such and such has already germinated". Such madness is also fuelled by the gardening magazines who's February issues (and so February advice because they like to have their magazine out a month ahead) were planned and written months back with no knowledge of the weather ahead.

So don't be in too much of a rush; plants are far better at catching up than they are at struggling and languishing from a prematurely early start!

Be sure to keep up to date with where we are with our sowings and propagation at the nursery by following us on Twitter, Facebook or Google+ as we post our daily updates and general banter with a grin.