Tag: growing

  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. GroZones and Growing From Seed

    GroZones and Growing From Seed GroZones and Growing From Seed What are GroZones? GroZones are a new and exciting alternative to assist you with your growing needs in your garden. They are very easy to assemble and even easier to take down, meaning you can be flexible about when you use your GroZone if you would like it up or down, regardless of the season. You will not require Read more...
  4. What And How Can I Grow Indoors?

    What And How Can I Grow Indoors? What And How Can I Grow Indoors? We might be spending more time indoors over the coming months as we usually would… If you would still like to get your gardening fix, but do not want to spend too much time out in the cold and rainy weather, there are various ways in which you can grow plants, fruit and vegetables indoors. Indoor gardening is Read more...
  5. Growing In The Garden This Winter…

    Growing In The Garden This Winter… Growing In The Garden This Winter… Winter can be a difficult time to grow in the garden, as many plants lie dormant. However, there are various winter greens that you can still grow. These are perfect to ‘scratch the itch’ of any gardener who misses the busy harvesting months of summer. The wintery, leafy greens will survive in any weather Read more...

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