The final January garden tip from the team at Bumbles. This one is about tidying garden borders and compost!
Old plants can provide habitats and food sources for wildlife, so don’t be in too much of a rush to cut things back.
However, once they’ve become a soggy mess you can cut them back and put the remains in a compost heap where they will rot down and make mulch. Good compost is rich in plant nutrients and beneficial organisms.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our four garden tips this month, have look back at our posts if you have missed them!
We look forward to seeing you soon.