Monday, 9 January 2012

What's looking good in greencube's garden in January

Following a well earned break over the Christmas and new Year we are back to work and have seen an influx of new enquiries, January normally a quiet month, a time to tidy, straighten, complete and reflect on the previous years work and commissions. Not for greencube, I have already booked 4 new clients into our diary.

I had time to do a few jobs around my own garden at the weekend which included tidying my espalier fig, now that it is bare of leaves and I can actually see the frame and what I'm doing.  I also cut down my asparagus in readiness for the new asparagus season in May/June.

Here's whats looking good in January:

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Barmstedt Gold'

Iris reticulata 'Harmony'

Galanthus sp.

Galanthus sp.

Helleborus 'Harvington Speckled White'

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