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  1 Sow hardy annuals, herbs and wild flower seed outdoors

  2 Protect fruit blossom from late frosts

  3 Keep weeds under control

  4 Start to feed citrus plants

  5 Increase the water given to houseplants

  6 Plant new pond plants and divide waterlilies

  7 Sow new lawns or repair bare patches

  8 Prune fig trees

  9 Divide bamboos

 10 Last chance to prune climbing and rambling roses

RHS advice

for April


 Sunshine and showers

Lodsworth  &  District  Garden  Club

 is for everyone interested in plants and gardening!

You are very welcome to join us no matter what type of garden

you have, be it large or small, established or new, a conservatory,

an allotment, a windowbox or pot plants on the patio. We want

to encourage interest in all types of gardening in our community, providing opportunities for our members to share gardening experience and increasing knowledge of plants and gardens.  

We welcome new members to join the Lodsworth & District  

Garden Club whatever their level of gardening experience! Membership benefits include subsidised entry to our talks,

workshops and visits, with discount from a wide variety of local horticultural suppliers.

Please look at our contact page for details of becoming

a member of the LDGC and a full list of benefits.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Spring is in full swing, with tulips and flowering cherries in bloom. Expect the inevitable April showers this month but with sunny days too, when you can turn your attention to the veg plot. It’s an exciting month as you start to sow outdoors. Just watch out for frosts and keep any tender plants indoors for now.