Spinach in troughs

Spinach is a great cut-and-come-again crop for growing in pots and troughs. A shallow trough is ideal because you don’t use too much compost and there is a larger growing surface for greater harvests. The seed is literally sprinkled over the surface with the seeds about 5mm apart. Lightly sprinkle […]

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Start with the soil!

New peat-free, vegan Vegetable & Fruit topsoil from The Real Soil Company has been specially formulated to help your crops get the best possible start without harm to the environment. Whilst the average bag of topsoil can contain up to 80% of sand, wood fibre, peat, plastic and even glass, […]

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Cover with class

Harrod Horticultural’s market-leading steel and aluminium walk-in fruit cages are available in a wide range of sizes to suit all gardens, and will protect your precious fruit and vegetables from birds and other animals in style. The steel fruit cages are also available in a range of decorative versions including […]

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Green outdoor living

As well as being impervious to anything the British summer can throw at them, Weaver Green’s sustainable outdoor homewares are kind to the planet. Replicating the look and feel of wool and cotton, this extensive range of cushions, runners, rugs, blankets and throws is made from recycled plastic bottles, so […]

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Grow climbing French beans

French beans are a relatively easy crop to grow and great value for money. Beans are often expensive to buy in the supermarket but a few plants on your veg plot can produce a bumper harvest. Climbing French beans are great for growing up a wigwam of canes or other […]

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Litton Planter from TDP

Planters for the planet

TDP’s new Litton planter, which is 450mm (18in) square, comes in 15 colour options, from natural to vibrant. The base is designed to allow drainage, and it is lined with a premium landscape fabric. TDP products, which also include a wide range of garden furniture, are made from recycled UK […]

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