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  • Order wild flower seeds.

  • Keep pond ice free.

  • Care for the birds.

  • Install squirrel feeder.

  • Position bat boxes.


  • Site nesting boxes and install cat deterrents.

  • Purchase bulbs.

  • Feed the birds.

  • Top up squirrel feeder.

  • Prune Buddleia, Berberis, Cotoneaster and overgrown shrubs.

  • Divide congested herbaceous plants and trim back other perennials.

  • Plant Lily of the Valley.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Top up squirrel feeder.

  • Check for weeds.

  • Divide established marginal, pond and wetland plants.

  • Service pond pumps ready for the spring.

  • Trim dead flower heads of heather and lavender.

  • Sow half hardy annuals indoors.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Wash down bird table.

  • Sow hardy annuals and wild flower mixtures outdoors as weather improves.

  • Mow wildflower meadows sown the previous autumn.

  • Top dress borders with an organic garden fertiliser

  • Install butterfly feeder for early butterflies. Buy.

  • Install ladybird feeder. Buy.

  • Plant water and wetland plants.


  • Feed the birds.
  • Plant out half hardy annuals.
  • Clear spring flowering wallflowers, forget-me-nots etc.
  • Lift and divide primroses.
  • Prune spring flowering shrubs after flowering.
  • Plant hanging baskets.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Provide extra food for hedgehogs.

  • Divide established bulbs after flowering.

  • If you have one, cut down your nettle patch by half to provide new growth for egg laying butterflies.

  • Sow biennials to flower next spring or summer.

  • Mow established wild flower lawns grown for spring colour to 10cm.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Keep bird baths and ponds regularly topped up.

  • Prune Cytisus (Broom) after flowering.

  • Mow established wild flower lawns grown for summer colour to 10cm.

  • Cut out stems of rambling roses that have finished flowering.

  • Feed container grown plants.

  • Plant a nectar rich flower border.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Keep bird baths and ponds regularly topped up.

  • Plant autumn flowering bulbs.

  • Trim hedges once nesting birds have vacated.

  • Position a lacewing chamber.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Keep bird baths and ponds regularly topped up.

  • Mow late flowering wild flower meadows to 8cm.

  • Leave some of your fruit and vegetable harvest for butterflies, birds and hungry mammals.

  • Sow wild flower mixtures.

  • Purchase spring flowering bulbs.

  • Plant pot grown wild flower plants.

  • Position hedgehog nesting box.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Plant spring flowering bulbs.

  • Mulch plant borders.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Top up squirrel feeder.

  • Collect leaves for composting (leave flower beds for over wintering wildlife).

  • Cut back Ivy after flowering to within a metre of gutters.

  • Take down lacewing chambers.


  • Feed the birds.

  • Top up squirrel feeder.

  • Keep pond ice free.




Pond Heater

Supplied with 5 metres of outdoor cable, this heater is perfect for keeping your pond free of ice, allowing fish to come up to the surface. Available to purchase here. 

Multi Hole Nest Box

Premium quality cedar used for excellent insulation properties as well as naturally resisting weather damage, warping and rotting. Four plates included which can be swapped for each bird you wish to attract. Suitable for Blue Tit, Great Tit, Wren or Sparrow. Available to purchase here. 

Self assembly bird table. Attract wild birds to your garden with this self-assembly bird table. It is easy to assemble, with only a tape measure and cross head screwdriver required, and full instructions are included. Available to purchase here.