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As the days get shorter and the winter solstice approaches, spending time outside happens less and less. This is the time to take stock of how your garden is working for you, and consider any changes you’d like to make in time for spring. Mind you, it might seem as though you’re working for the garden rather than the other way around, with mowing, trimming and tidying taking more time than you’d like, so if you’d like to change that, it’s worth considering some improvements to your garden layout and planting.
The old adage about pedestrian safety - Be Safe, Be Seen! - is as true for motorists as it is for pedestrians. With the winter solstice falling only last week (December 21), it means that daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day.