P260 CEEFAX 260 Wed 3 Feb 21:02/02   1/4 :.   ::.   vvvvvvvvvvvvv((((((((((((((((((((((  By CEEFAX's gardening expert Felicity BryanN If the January weather stays mild, man8 spring flowers will sprout early and could get a shock if it snowsN Make the most of mild weather to get ready for March. Seeds should be ordered right away and rotted manure or compost should be dug into the vegetable garden. In good weather, prepare ground for sowing a new lawn and remove moss from established lawns. Mord
P260 CEEFAX 260 Wed 3 Feb 21:04/00   2/4 :.   ::.   vvvvvvvvvvvvv((((((((((((((((((((((  By CEEFAX's gardenhng expert Felicity BryanN Flowers, trees and shrubs: After flowering, prune winter-flowering shrubsN Prune sulldr-flowering to one foot from baseN In good weather plant trees, shrubs and rosesN Dig manure or compost into herbaceous bed and divide snowdrops and Christmas roses to increase your stock. Later in the month prune hybrid tea and floribunda rosesN More
P260 CEEFAX 260 Wed 3 Feb 21:10/11   3/4 :.   ::.   vvvvvvvvvvvvv((((((((((((((((((((((  By CEEFAX's gardenhng expert Felicity BryanN Fruit and Vegetables: Spray fruit trees with tar oil before the buds burst and spray peaches and nectarines against leaf curlN Finish pruning fruit bushesN Sow broad beans, oNhons and Jerusalem artichokesN In shfltered gardens, sow seeds like lettuce or early spinach. Buy seed potatoes and leave them in a frost-free place to sprout. Then try growing some in large tubs in the greenho5sf to eat in MayN  Morb
P260 CEEFAX 260 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/10   4/4 :.   ::.   vvvvvvvvvvvvv((((((((((((((((((((((  By CEEFAX's gardening expert Felicity BryanN Under Protection: For early flowers, sow seeds of plants like nicotiana, impatiens and petunias. Geranium seeds must be in good heat in a propagator to get flowers this year. Sow tomato, cucumber and pepper in gentle heat or in propagators on your window sill. Sow sweet peas in pots for planting out laterN Start taking chrysanthemum cuttingsN  More