September

September

Flower/Plants Fruit/Vegetables Greenhouse General
Prune rambling roses Plant out rooted strawberry runners into new beds Pick off the lower leaves from tomatoes to allow light and air to reach the fruits Hoe borders to keep weeds down
Cut back perennials once they have finished flowering Sow outdoors: hardy spring onions, lettuces, salads and Chinese cabbages Keep poinsettias in the dark for 14 hours a day to encourage colourful bract formation Prepare areas for sowing new lawns during showery weather
Collect seed from perennials and store in a cool place Sow parsley in pots for picking in winter Close vents at night as the weather turns cooler Trim hedges and topiary into shape
Take cuttings of lavender Plant out Japanese onion sets and garlic Keep grow bags well watered Buy spring bulbs
Cut everlasting flowers and seed heads for use in indoor arrangements Cut down raspberry canes once they have finished cropping Start watering indoor cyclamen to promote new growth Order sweet-pea seed for autumn planting

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Ashwood garden centres located in the historic town of Enniskillen. Co. Fermanagh and Ballymoney, Co. Antrim. Open 7 days a week. we have everything for your garden from plants, shrubs, seeds, BBQ's furniture, pond equipment and landscaping requirements. We also stock bird seed and fish food so that your pets can be healthy. If your new to gardening click on our growing year section for your monthly guide on what to do and when in the garden. Enniskillen is situated 30 miles north of Cavan, 26 miles from Omagh and 40 miles from Sligo. Our Ballymoney garden centre in Antrim is 8 miles from Coleraine, 20 miles from Limavady and the north Antrim coast. We are Northern Irelands leading family run garden centre and stock a range of products for the garden including Suttons seeds, Hozelock, Bradshaws, Hunter Wolf tools, Halls greenhouses.Christmas begins with us in Enniskillen and Antrim for christmas trees.