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  1. The Benefits of Own Branding Products

    The Benefits of Own Branding Products

  2. Fleece Bags for Plants

    Fleece Bags for Plants

  3. How to Make Compost in Your Garden

    How to Make Compost in Your Garden

  1. How to Make Compost in Your Garden

    How to Make Compost in Your Garden How Do I Make My Own Compost? Home composting is an excellent idea to help the environment as well as delivering major organic benefits to your garden. You can compost lots of waste from the kitchen and the garden, composting your food waste, peelings and even egg shells from the kitchen and weeds and dead plants from your garden.  Read more...
  2. Fleece Bags for Plants

    Fleece Bags for Plants Fleece plant protection jackets come in different sizes and colours. They are made of heavy-duty fleece. Our frost protection fleece jackets are ideal for protecting your plants from freezing temperatures. Take a look They can be used on hanging baskets, pot plants and border plants too.Fleece bags will shelter your plants from the harsh weather, Read more...
  3. The Benefits of Own Branding Products

    The Benefits of Own Branding Products Own branding is one way to separate yourself from competitors, remove any competition and price comparisons. You attract more customers who buy additional items when visiting your shop. Branding leads to customer loyalty, brings customers back and can even lead to referrals. Established branding will make it easier to introduce new Read more...
  4. Protecting Pot Plants from Frost in the WInter

    Protecting Pot Plants from Frost in the WInter Protecting Your Potted Plants from Frost Damage in Winter In our cold winter climate everyone with pot plants is familiar with having to protect potted plants from frost there are a few options available  1. Covering with a fleece bag also known as fleece jackets. 2. Wrapping in garden fleece 3. Taking the plants inside Potted plants tend Read more...
  5. Cleaning the Greenhouse

    Cleaning the Greenhouse Cleaning Greenhouses There are several reasons why you should add cleaning your greenhouse to your yearly task list. Creating the right conditions for your plants to grow, and one of those basic requirements is light. This job is quite often overlooked as when you are in your greenhouse you tend to spend your time looking at your seedlings Read more...
  6. Why Do I Need To Grease Band My Trees

    Why Do I Need To Grease Band My Trees Why Do I Need To Grease Band My Trees Glue/grease bands are ideal for protecting fruit trees especially  apple, plum, pear and cherry from winter moth caterpillars.  These caterpillars can feed on fruit buds and reduce the amount of fruit produced.  Glue bands do not protect against codling moth or plum moth (the major Read more...
  7. Planting Bulbs In The Garden, When, How and Where

    Planting Bulbs In The Garden, When, How and Where Planting Bulbs in the Garden As autumn starts it is now time to fill your pots and borders with spring bulbs. Which Bulbs for Shade or Sunshine? With so many pretty spring bulbs to choose from, it can be tricky to choose the ones that are right for your garden. Luckily, there’s a bulb to suit practically any spot. If you have a sunny spot Read more...
  8. What are winter moth caterpillars? Should I wash my tree in Winter?

    What are winter moth caterpillars? Should I wash my tree in Winter? Winter moth is the name given to several different moths where the females have no wings, they emerge from the soil between November and April and climb up trees and lay their eggs. Eggs hatch as the trees start to bud and caterpillars emerge and start feeding. The caterpillars continue to feed until early June. They then go down into the soil Read more...
  9. Choosing the Right Netting for Protecting My Crops

    Choosing the Right Netting for Protecting My Crops Like you, pests have a long term interest in delicious fruit and veg. This is why lasting crop protection can be a great investment. Veggiemesh Insects, birds and even rabbits will struggle to reach crops covered by Veggiemesh. Just lay the material flat over the bed, leaving enough slack to allow growth of your fruit or vegetables. Peg the Read more...
  10. What is Garden Fleece and How Do I Use It?

    What is Garden Fleece and How Do I Use It? What is garden fleece Garden fleece is a crop/plant cover which will provide frost protection for tender plants and shrubs as well as protecting early potatoes. It is a uv stabilised, spun bonded fabric designed to protect plants from frost and to bring on early crops. What is the difference between 17g and 30g fleece? This is the weight Read more...

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