Tag: vegetable protection

  1. 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...
  2. What Garden Cage Is Right For Me?

    What Garden Cage Is Right For Me? What Garden Cage Is Right For Me? Fruit and vegetable cages are a vital piece of equipment for protecting your crops from garden pests. It is important that your gardening efforts are not wasted on feeding the insects and birds. Similar to garden hoops and garden hoop tunnels, the cages come in a variety of sizes complete with netting, poles, Read more...
  3. 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...
  4. Protecting Your Fruit & Vegetables With Gardening Naturally

    Protecting Your Fruit & Vegetables With Gardening Naturally When you have spent a lot of time and care sowing seeds, and looking after the developing seedlings, it can be very disheartening to have your plants or growing yields eaten by hungry wildlife. Read through this advice to find out how to protect your crops without using any chemical pesticides. Brassicas, especially broccoli and cabbages, are Read more...
  5. 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 of the Read more...

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