0:00 Do you feel overwhelmed by your garden?
0:29 The Middlesized Garden overview in late spring
1:29 List of gardening jobs for late spring
2:15 Low maintenance pots
2:55 Jane Moore, head gardener at Bath Priory Hotel, and author of Planting for Wildlife https://amzn.to/3vC3AU2 and Planting for Butterflies: https://amzn.to/3taKIKe (note: Amazon links are affiliate, see disclosure below)
3:24 ‘Chunk it down’ – how to manage garden overwhelm
4:27 Time limited gardening – ‘chunking it down’
5:24 Divide your garden into low and higher maintenance areas
6:21 More low maintenance pot tips
6:41 Two more weeding techniques for serious weeds like ground elder
7:20 Nick Bailey’s Instagram feed https://www.instagram.com/nickbailey365/?hl=en
8:35 Easy tips for identifying self-seeded seedlings in your garden
9:44 What to do in your mini meadow in late spring – tips from Jane Moore
15:30 How to make a mini wildflower meadow video: https://youtu.be/FMkoW2-dk8k
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