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Here at Lyndhurst, we have everything to satisfy your gardening needs. we have an extensive range of all varieties of plants, trees and shrubs constantly in stock, along with a large giftware range for that special occasion and a good homeware selection.
We have a coffee shop which serves hot meals, or light snacks and a wide range of beverages, also serving a large variety of ice creams and sundaes.
Do ask us about anything about gardens, plants and equipment; if any of us does not have an immediate answer for your question then we will find someone who does.
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- The RHS wants to know how you feel about front gardens 16 January 2017
- Are you proud of your garden? 13 January 2017
- The humble garden gnome is under threat 11 January 2017
- January – HTA Plant of the Moment - Create a winter wonderland 10 January 2017
- Grow super-early potatoes 9 January 2017
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PLANT OF THE WEEK: SNOWDROPS
The sight of brave little snowdrops pushing their way through the frostiest ground gives every gardener new hope. Once the first porcelain petals have opened you know winter aconites and crocuses aren’t far behind: before you know it every inch of soil is bursting with dainty colour and the gardening year has begun.
Give snowdrops dappled shade in soil enriched with compost or even better, leafmould – autumn leaves rotted down for a year or two to mimic the woodland floor snowdrops love. Snowdrops make beautiful partners for winter shrubs like dogwoods and witch hazels, and other spring flowers including hellebores, winter-flowering aconites and Cyclamen coum.
Go on a snail hunt
Stacked plant pots are favourite hibernating places for snails so now is a great time to unstack them and check them over for tightly-packed clusters of sleepy molluscs. Get rid of them now and you'll drastically reduce the damage in spring.