Five gardening jobs to do in March – including essential daffodil task
“Depending on when your camellia flowers, this could be from March onwards. But don’t give it any old feed. Like other ericaceous (acid loving) shrubs, such as rhododendrons and azaleas, camellias need feeding with an ericaceous fertiliser.”
4. Add bulbs to any gaps
One of the joys of a garden in March is all of the spring bulbs which are in bloom. Such as daffodils, bluebells, hyacinths, crocuses and snowdrops.
But rather than simply admiring them, the expert advised: “Try to make notes of where the gaps are. The spots that need more bulbs.
“If you don’t do it now, when you get to planting time in autumn, when all the spring bulbs have died back, you’ll have a heck of a job remembering what was missing and where.”