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COCKERMOUTH ALLOTMENT & GARDEN ASSOCIATION


The shortest day and winter festivities are on the horizon but we can all enjoy our gardens, though the job of clearing the fallen leaves does appear never- ending. We can look back at our horticultural successes and failures and hopefully learn from them to implement better plans next season.


The land is so wet, it is better to try and stay off to avoid compacting the soil. The exception is the vegetable plot, which can be dug over on fine days to allow the weather to kill off pests and improve the soil structure. Mulching the plot with manure and compost can also be done now as any remaining organic matter will be dug in in the spring.


Craig Muller


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The winter months are the time for planning and to aspire to changes you wish to make, be it to the hard landscaping or to the planting. If your plans involve the removal of shrubs and herbaceous planting, now is the time to get these lifted into a nursery bed for future replanting. Look back at previous years photographs and see if heights and colours in the borders are working as planned. Take time to research the growing habit of plants you would like and those you already have in the garden. Are you making the best use of them or


are they too near a path or grass? Would you find it easier to grow crops in raised beds, or do you need to increase protection of crops or the plot from pests or the prevailing weather? Time spent doing these things now, may well add to an increasing list of jobs but will, in the long-term, enhance the pleasure you get from gardening and reduce the time and effort required to achieve your goals.


It is just £5.00 per year to join the Garden Association. Members benefit from a discount at a local garden supplier; we participate in the discounted seed order scheme of


the National Allotment


Association and other discounted plant and bulb orders. We offer pruning demonstrations on shrubs, fruit trees and roses. We offer advice and share our tips on all things gardening, in addition to plant sharing.


Do come along to our last meeting of this year on 28th November at The Swan Inn on Kirkgate at 7.15pm for 7.30pm. We will be discussing all things gardening and asking members for their thoughts on activities and visits for 2018.


Email: cagassociation@btinternet.com


Next Month: Preparation and seed sowing


16 NOVEMBER 2017 ISSUE 420 PAGE 66


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