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Help students become actively involved in their outdoor surroundings by creating a garden. It's time to get growing!
Keep areas of bare soil covered by sowing green manures. These help reduce soil erosion and conserve soil nutrients.
It's time to plan what fruit you want to grow in your garden. Ready to plant fruit trees and bushes from October to February.
Add a splash of colour to your garden. From September you can start planting spring bulbs such as; daffodils, crocus, snowdrops, iris, grape hyacinths and winter windflowers.
It's time to harvest fruit. Make this calendar to plan your harvesting throughout the year.
Head outside and get everything harvested ready to make some tasty meals, soups, jams or chutneys.
Sow wildflowers and annuals outside. Giving them a chance to grow before winter arrives.
A fun way to store seeds you have collected for free.