allotment Tasks in the garden

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There are lots of reasons to feed your soil – improving it for better flower and crop production is one!

The worms know their onions … and have spent some time thinking of tasks in the garden for March. There’s quite a few to dos. For example, planting out your onion sets. Follow our blog to get daily gardening cartoons, tasks and tips.

Cartoon about spacing your onion sets 10 cms apart – roughly the size of an average eartworm – one worm says to the other, On no account should an earthworm be a replacement for a ruler

It’s March and the garden is starting to spring into life a bit. It’s still cold … the worms are making it a bit brighter with some cartoons of ‘what to do’.

If you haven’t already, take a look at our Put Pollinators First page, supporting the BBC Gardener’s World campaign to reduce the decline of insects and bees in our gardens. Join the campaign and plant some wild flowers in your garden, as well as onions.

That’s enough from the worms, here’s some tip-top advise from the experts

Including protecting your plants from slugs advice.

Gardener’s World talk about feeding your soil

RHS talk about what to do this month – spring is in sight …

Garden Organic talk about what to plant this month

Great direction, packed full of links and further reading

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Year-round garden pruning guide

Great advice and full of quick and simple tips too, for example … don’t cut into tender plants or evergreens right now as their top growth provides insulation from penetrating cold.

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