A GARDEN centre is giving people the chance to “make the most of autumn gardening” with a free advice session.
Dobbies’ Brighton store in Warren Road will be hosting the session this Saturday at 10.30am with a focus on seasonal gardening tips.
The free showcase will advise people on the perfect specimens for autumn tubs and baskets with plants such as pansies, violas and wallflowers that will last right the way through the winter.
People will also be given advice on how to plan for the year ahead by preparing spring bulbs such as daffodils and crocus.
Marcus Eyles, horticultural director, said: “Autumn is one of our favourite seasons of the year at Dobbies and it’s a prime time for gardening.
“Not only can you add bursts of colour to brighten your garden, but it’s also a great chance to get ahead and prepare for spring.
“We’re committed to sustainable gardening, and we hope our free autumn gardening Grow How session will not only inspire Brighton gardeners to carry on with their efforts as the season changes, but also encourage more people to take up gardening for a blooming 2023.”
Dobbies was established in 1865 and has 74 stores across the country.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/22731295.free-session-gardening-tips-dobbies-brighton/?ref=rss Free session with gardening tips at Dobbies in Brighton