Patio Black Spot Remover

Patio Black Spot Remover is currently the only product developed specifically to remove those hideous black spots and restore the natural stonework. Patio Black Spot Remover for natural stone will remove black spots from Indian Sandstone, York Stone, Limestone (including Bath and Portland Stone), Purbeck Stone and other Natural Stones. To maintain your garden stonework and stop...

What to do in the garden – February

February can be a mild month and bring an early spring, or it may turn very cold slowing the appearance of early spring bulbs. Your garden activities will be very much dictated by the temperature. As the soil starts to warm outside weed seeds will start to germinate, this is nature’s signal to gardeners that spring...

Jobs to do in January

A new year and new beginnings, whatever is going on in the wider world the garden is constant joy as it changes through the year.  Working in the vegetable garden or on the allotment gives a huge uplift to the spirit especially as you gather in the crops you have grown. Get your children involved...

Plant Roses now

Planting Roses before Christmas will help them establish more quickly in your garden and if you give them a generous helping of well rotted manure it will really encourage them. Click here to see our Roses planting guide

GARDENING ADVICE – OCTOBER

October in the Garden   Leaves of trees and shrubs are turning russet colour and berries are bright orange and scarlet. As we prepare for the first frosts of the winter it’s time to protect tender plants and tidy up beds and borders as we replace summer bedding with spring bulbs, winter pansies and wallflowers....

Gardening Advice- September

September is often blessed with warm days, even an Indian summer, but can be accompanied with cold clear nights. Autumn is just around the corner and rain can be very much a feature of this time of year. If there are gaps in the garden there is still plenty of colour available at Woodbank Nurseries,...

GARDENING ADVICE FOR JULY

As flowers fade it’s a good idea to remove the dead and dying heads of flowering bedding plants so that the plant is denied the opportunity to set seed. This dead-heading ensures the plant continues to produce even more blooms. It’s important to feed your bedding plants with a plant feed such as Miracle-Gro. This...

GARDENING ADVICE FOR JUNE

GARDENING ADVICE FOR JUNE June has the promise of hot summer days, and a time to enjoy the garden, with the first spring crops coming to fruition and summer bedding plants coming into flower. There’s still plenty to do of course with fruit, vegetables, containers and baskets needing regular feeding and watering. At this time...

Gardening Advice For May

GARDENING ADVICE FOR MAY Probably the busiest month of the gardening calendar, when most of us plant out tender bedding plants, summer seeds and vegetable plants such as beans and tomatoes. Established roses, shrubs and herbaceous plants will soon be in bloom and weeds will be running riot in any bare patch of soil. It’s...

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West Yorkshire, BD16 1BE

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Sunday | 10am to 4pm
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