Wyevale Garden Centres
Wyevale Garden Centres
06/24/2017 at 17:35. Facebook
How are your roses doing? June is the best month for roses. To keep yours looking their best, deadhead faded blooms by using a pair of secateurs to trim away to the nearest base. This will encourage side shoots and more flowering.
How are your roses doing June is the best month for roses
Sharron Newberry
Suzi Lubi
Helen Williamson
How pretty is this combination of purple penstemon and quaking grass? This is a sun loving pair so they would need a bright spot in the garden.
How pretty is this combination of purple penstemon and quaking grass This
Wyevale Garden Centres
Wyevale Garden Centres
06/22/2017 at 18:04. Facebook
Has it been one week already since BBC Gardeners' World Live? We loved the Anniversary Garden display by Prof. David Stevens which showed an overview of gardening fashion from the past 10 years. A particular favourite was the 1980's garden shown here, which combines a very achievable sunny border full of flowers and colour, with a cool green and white shady border. Timeless and straighforward.
Has it been one week already since BBC Gardeners World Live We
Wyevale Garden Centres
Wyevale Garden Centres
06/21/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Help us support Marie Curie cancer care by joining in the Blooming Great Tea party on June 24th & 25th. We will donate 20p to Marie Curie for every hot drink purchased in our centres this weekend. An excellent reason to have a cuppa with us. Find out more here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Help us support Marie Curie cancer care by joining in the Blooming
NIna Down
Angela Peter Farmer
Wyevale Garden Centres
Wyevale Garden Centres
06/20/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Astrantia featured prominently in our award winning BBC Gardeners' World Live show garden, and here it is paired with the hardy geranium 'Rozanne'. An excellent partnership for the early summer garden and both these flowers will last for weeks.
Astrantia featured prominently in our award winning BBC Gardeners World Live show
Wyevale Garden Centres
Wyevale Garden Centres
06/18/2017 at 17:13. Facebook
It's going to be warm and sunny in most parts of the UK at the start of the week so be sure to give your plants a good long drink. We've got lots of tips & advice for how to keep your garden well-watered during a hot spell over on our website: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Its going to be warm and sunny in most parts of the

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Katy Ball
Wow. Carol Klein visited our Award winning entry at BBC Gardeners' World Live today. She approves of our choice of geranium. Thanks Carol!
Roger Gardner
Hillion Fern
Sarah Jane Chapman
We're back. At BBC Gardeners' World Live
Carole Smith
Mark Hammond-smith
Sue Eaton
We are LIVE at BBC Gardeners' World at our Gold Award garden designed by Claudia de Yong. Here she is!
Jennifer Rowlands
We've won GOLD! Our BBC Gardeners World 2017 show garden took top prize and we are delighted! Many thanks to our excellent garden designer Claudia de Yong, and her team, for all the hard work. We will be at the Birmingham NEC tomorrow with a LIVE broadcast to show you the garden, here on Facebook, so keep your eyes on the page, late morning. See you then! ????
Donna Wallings
Andrew Denley
Carole Smith
Does your garden have a shady damp corner? Astilbe would certainly be happy there. This plant is a herbacious perennial, with feathery flower fronds in a range of colours from red to pink to white. They are a dependable performer for a tricky planting spot.
Does your garden have a shady damp corner Astilbe would certainly be
Elaine Jaques
Angie Hurst
Andrew Denley
Competition time! Father’s Day is coming up next Sunday June 18. Make this Father’s Day extra special by winning a Β£50 Wyevale Garden Centre gift voucher. Then treat him to a family lunch at one of our restaurants, let him choose something new for his tool collection or maybe an accessory for the BBQ? For a chance to win, share your favourite Dad (or partner) wisecrack in the comments below....
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Competition time Fathers Day is coming up next Sunday June 18 Make
Thomas Rowley
Caroline Harding
Zoe Cox
Roses round the door are one of the delights of June. Climbers are not much more complicated than other roses to grow, but you do need to offer some support, either a trellis or wires, a few inches away from the wall for air flow. How are your climbers doing? We would love to see!
Roses round the door are one of the delights of June Climbers
Anette von Block
Sharan Gorringe
Shelly Harris
We are so proud of our Team from Brooks, a Wyevale Garden Centre who took Gold for their display at the Royal Cornwall Show. Well done chaps!
Margaret Eyre
Jacky Biddle
Mathew Muscat
There is a lot going on today. We hope you find a moment for some gardening. Bedding would be a good choice for this time of year! What is your favourite colour scheme?
There is a lot going on today We hope you find a
Andrew Denley
Jackie Calverley
Pat Allen
Top tips for roses: They are much simpler to grow than you might think.

1. Choose a sunny position, at least 4 hours direct sunlight each day.
2. Give them room; roses do not like to compete with close neighbours for moisture or nutrients.
3. Dead-head regularly to ensure continuous flowering.
Top tips for roses: They are much simpler to grow than you might think
Grace Johns-Harries
Lynn Knowler
Carol Passey
Best plant for a shady spot? It has to be a hosta. Sadly, slugs love these plants too and it can be difficult to keep these slimy pests away. Some gardeners prefer to plant their hostas in containers for this reason. What works best in your garden?
Best plant for a shady spot It has to be a hosta
NIna Down
Paul Dubery
Sue Adamson
Have you done the Chelsea chop yet? This pruning technique gets its name from the flower show; when Chelsea is over in early June, time to cut back. The goal is to limit size and control flowering of many herbaceous plants. Daisies, sedums and phlox all benefit hugely from this treatment. Let us know what plants you've had success with.
Have you done the Chelsea chop yet This pruning technique gets its
Jill Shaw Whosoever
Lucy Dalziel
Are you salt & vinegar or ketchup? It's #NationalFishandChipsDay! To help you celebrate the nation's most loved and favourite takeaway, we are giving away samples in all our restaurant centres today. Come and try some!
Are you salt vinegar or ketchup Its NationalFishandChipsDay To help you celebrate
Lorna Tomlin
Margaret Pipe
Tina Harrison