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  1. 4 Ways To Keep Your Greenhouse Cool This Summer

    4 Ways To Keep Your Greenhouse Cool This Summer As the weather gets warmer, you may begin to worry about walking into your greenhouse to see all your plants wilting from the heat! If you are not careful, it is very easy to see your hard work go to waste, but thankfully there are a few ways to help with keeping the greenhouse cool… It is always a good idea to keep an eye on the temperature of Read more...
  2. Prevent Slugs From Destroying Your Crops

    Prevent Slugs From Destroying Your Crops The time has come again when the dreaded slime trails start appearing around the garden and you know it will not be long before the pesky slugs start chomping on the cabbages and hostas if you don’t act fast.    Slugs travel in groups and can lay up to 400 eggs a year, with each slug living for up to 2 years so for every slug, Read more...
  3. How To Use Pheromone Traps

    How To Use Pheromone Traps Pheromones are specific to the pest they are targeting, making them highly effective as a form of pest control. They are scents used by insects and animals to communicate with each other so pheromones are used to attract the pest into the trap. Pheromone traps are a safe method of pest control and can help to eliminate the use of chemical sprays Read more...
  4. All About Nematodes - Your Questions Answered

    All About Nematodes - Your Questions Answered Gardening Naturally answer their most frequently asked questions about nematodes, including what they are, how they work and how to use them in your garden or allotment. What are Nematodes? Nematodes are an organic, natural way of controlling many types of pests, helping you to manage infestations without the use of harmful and unnatural Read more...
  5. May Gardening Jobs Checklist

    May Gardening Jobs Checklist May is one of the busiest months for the vegetable and flower grower. Even the non-gardeners among us can be spurred into action by a spell of sunny weather. Below are a few tips to help you get started with your garden maintenance over the upcoming months! Flowers: Prune any spring shrubs. Remove faded spring bedding. Deadhead any remaining Read more...
  6. How To Choose The Best Rootrainer

    How To Choose The Best Rootrainer Rootrainers are the ideal way to help you grow healthy plants with strong root structures by encouraging optimum root formation. The rectangular shape of each cell provides a greater surface area and the grooves allow more roots to develop on the outside of the plug. Air-pruning takes place in all our Rootrainers and works by encouraging the roots Read more...
  7. Sowing Vegetables In April

    Sowing Vegetables In April Spring is a great time to sow seeds in the garden, the warmer temperatures and spring rain create the ideal conditions for sowing healthy vegetables. Always keep some fleece available to cover and protect the crops if colder weather is forecast. Before sowing your seeds, think about how many of each vegetable you want/need and when. You can Read more...
  8. Do I Need A Garden Sieve?

    Do I Need A Garden Sieve? Why use a garden sieve? Using a garden sieve will help you remove stones and weeds from your soil making your soil much finer. Fine soil is brilliant when planting seeds, it saves the seeds from having to struggle against large clumps and stones in the soil. Having fine soil will help you plants grow straight and strong, for example if a carrot Read more...
  9. April Gardening Jobs Checklist

    April Gardening Jobs Checklist There are plenty of jobs to be getting on with in the garden to get ready for the Spring and Summer seasons. Here’s your April checklist to help you get started: Weed your borders and clear them of any stones, old roots etc. Clean the greenhouse to get rid of pests and diseases and allow more light in. Deadhead early spring-flowering bulbs by Read more...
  10. We Have Been Busy Working With Local Communities Around The Country!

    We Have Been Busy Working With Local Communities Around The Country! Gardening Naturally is committed to reaching out and working with local communities. Wherever they may be in UK, supporting and helping local causes is extremely important. We have helped to contribute to two local community programs recently; one being a local leukaemia charity in Cheltenham called LINC, with the other being the Trafford Veterans Read more...

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