"We will rotovate
an area and teach the growing process."
Our photographer is already making the most of this display, shown offto best effect in the summer heatwave, but it's also "doggy Monday" and Lucy visibly stiffens as one of the four-legged visitors lollops over to the flowerbeds she's toiled to Rotovate
, hand-clear of weeds and plant out as the foundation of her research.
1 Start small - no matter how tempted you are to rotovate
up the whole garden or sign up for a new allotment, fight that temptation.
Let the soil lie around until it has partially dried out, then rotovate
if you must.
Dig or rotovate
the lawn site, getting out all the weeds if possible, but particularly dandelions, docks, plantains, buttercups, nettles and couch grass.
"I've dug it all over and will manure it and rotovate
it so it's all ready to start from scratch from January next year.
We'll get some heat on it, but it's like concrete and we can't even rotovate
Another popular mistake is to rotovate
when the soil is still quite damp.