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Gardening calendar: What to do next?

From January to December: Every month there are chores you can do around the house to maintain your garden front and back. What are the monthly maintenance points for your garden?


Think, for example, of pruning or how to maintain your lawn in the spring or autumn. In our garden calendar you will find all the answers to your questions! With our garden calendar you have a handy overview of what you can do in that month. There is always something to do!

Garden calendar August

August is right around the corner and since it is still the middle of summer this month, you have plenty to do in your garden. August is also called the harvest month, because during this month many plants, flowers, vegetables and fruit mature.

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Garden calendar September

It's time for September! Summer is coming to an end, and temperatures are dropping again. The busiest gardening time of the year is past us, of course, but your green fingers will still come in handy in September!

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Garden calendar October

October is when autumn begins; this can be seen outside everywhere, and this month, your garden will be going through a number of changes. As a gardener, it’s essential to be aware of what is happening outside and how to care for your garden!

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Garden calendar February

February is a month of transition in the garden, as winter fades away, and spring starts to emerge. It is a time to prepare for the growing season ahead and make the necessary arrangements for the months to come.

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Garden calendar April

As spring approaches, April is the perfect month to start preparing your garden for the upcoming season. This is the time when you should focus on planting and maintenance to ensure a healthy and productive garden.

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