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'Plants To Attract Ladybirds'

Natural Pest Control for Wildlife Gardens

…of garden pests. Plants with berries will be especially attractive. The larvae of hoverflies, ladybirds and lacewings have voracious appetites for aphids and black fly so it is worth attracting these insects into your garden to breed. Companion planting can be a natural way to control pests or…

Plants for Wildlife | Plants for a Purpose

…herbaceous border will attract all sorts of beneficial insects to your garden. You could even create a container garden for wildlife with some of the plants listed below! Planting a wildlife garden couldn't be easier; read on for more ideas on how to make a wildlife garden. Plants for bees The…

What to do in the garden in July

…Dead-head bedding plants and perennial plants to stop them self-seeding and to encourage further flowering. * • Dead-head your roses to keep them looking tidy. Leave the flowers in place if your rose produces attractive hips (seed pods). * • Dead-head sweet peas regularly to keep them…

Cosmos

…in May about half an inch (l-2cm) deep, thin out first to 3in (7.5cm) and then progressively to their final spacing. 'Yellow Garden' is best sown later, June or even July, pricked out into pots and then planted in gaps left by early plants for late flowering. It can also be sown in September or…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 1st June 2012

…as Westland Plant Rescue Bug Killer for Ornamental Plants (do not use this on fruit or vegetable crops). Systemic insecticides are absorbed into the plant tissues so they protect the plant from the inside out. If you are growing your lilies in the greenhouse then you may prefer to use biological…