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21st February

Plant Clematis

As long as the ground isn't too wet, and we're not having a spell of frost, this is a very good time to plant clematis. The soil is warming up, and this will encourage the roots to grow during the next few weeks, before the plant itself wants to put on major growth. In general, try and position the plant so that the base and rootball are shaded. If you want more information, see our workshop on planting climbers.

 
 
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1st
Protect Plants
2nd
Plant Roses
3rd
Prepare Seed Potatoes
4th
Cut Hardy Grasses
5th
Fuchsia Cuttings
6th
Saturated Borders
7th
Half-Hardy Annuals
8th
Drain Outdoor Tubs and Planters
9th
Manure on Asparagus
10th
Prune Ornamental Vines
11th
Prune Winter Jasmine
12th
Be Romantic
13th
Seed Sowing Time
14th
Prune Roses
15th
Plant for Love
16th
Sow and Cover Strawberries
17th
Tomatoes from Seed
18th
Early New Potatoes
19th
Growing Begonias
20th
Look Out For Leaf Curl
21st
Plant Clematis
22nd
Rake Grass
23rd
Plant Shrubs
24th
Feed Fruit Trees
25th
Sowing Seed Outdoors
26th
Cover Up
27th
Prune Raspberry Canes
28th
Sow Pea Seed