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1. Plant Propagation - Seed Propagation
Plant Propagation - Seed Propagation
There is simply nothing more satisfying or rewarding than growing your plants from either seeds or cuttings. It is simple to accomplish and very rewarding as just a few simple steps can turn a small packet of seeds into beautiful blooms or a delicious...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:22:18
2. Propagating Plant Cuttings
Propagating Plant Cuttings
Now is the time to start thinking about taking cuttings of your favourite shrubs such as hydrangeas, philadelphus and forsythia, as well as woody herbs such as rosemary, sage and lavender for more plants next year. It is an easy way to increase your plant stock without having to buy new plants e...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:24:20
3. Growing in Water - Hydroponics Uses and Origins
Competitive & adventurous gardeners love growing in water with our Vivigrow and Rain & Drain Planters which use the hydroponic technique where plants are grown in water. There are some fascinating origins and uses behind the technique of growing in water so we thought wed share a few with you...
home-and-garden - Fri, 13 Jun 2014 12:48:26
4. Beneficial insects and predators in your garden
Hedgehogs, bees, butterflies and ladybirds help gardeners by not only pollinating flowers, but also keeping unwanted pests under control, so that they dont ravage the fruits of your labour! A wildlife-rich garden is a real joy, and once you attract these beneficial insects and predators to your g...
home-and-garden - Thu, 15 May 2014 16:45:32
5. Hydroponic Plant Growing
Hydroponic Plant Growing
Grow in water with our Vivigrow Hydroponic planter and acheive 3-4x bigger harvests of your favourite tomato, chilli and other vegetables compared to soil grown plants. We like to raise you plants in rockwool cubes from seed or cutting before transplanting in to our Vivigrow, but if you prefer to...
Home & Garden - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:34:16
6. Taking and Preparing Cuttings
Some gardeners dont grow from cuttings because getting the watering right can be tricky resulting in many of the cuttings dying-off. Thats a shame because growing from cuttings is a great way to have a bloom-filled garden year after year on a tiny budget, for example every chrysanthemum plant wil...
home-and-garden - Thu, 17 Apr 2014 16:06:08
7. Chilli growing guide from Greenhouse Sensation
How to grow chillies We've been growing our own chillies from seed for over 35 years, so we thought wed share out hints and tips put together a chilli growing guide to help you grow your own chillies from seed to produce bigger chilli harvests. Chilli Seed Varieties Chilli plants grow into small...
home-and-garden - Thu, 17 Apr 2014 14:59:46
8. Everything you need to know about growing tomatoes
Nothing beats the smell and flavour of a home-grown tomato and this guide will provide everything you need to grow a great crop whether you have a small space on a patio, a hanging basket or a huge greenhouse. First, select the right variety for your space. Tomatoes are divided into Vine (also k...
home-and-garden - Thu, 17 Apr 2014 14:44:36
9. Overwintering Your Chillies
As temperatures drop and the daylight shortens, overwinter your chillies for bigger, earlier harvests. Keep your chilli plants well ventilated to avoid build-up of bacteria & aim for temperatures between 5C - 12C. We put our Trinidad Scorpion in a Vitopod heated propagator set at 10C.
home-and-garden - Thu, 25 Oct 2012 16:51:39
10. Quadgrow - Self Watering Planter
There is nothing more rewarding than growing your own fruit & vegetables and this year we've had lots of fun growing our own, including tomatoes, chillies, beans in our Quadgrow Planter. We've even grown some unusual gooseberry cucumber, so we thought we would share our Quadgrow Self Watering Pl...
home-and-garden - Thu, 04 Oct 2012 17:18:15
11. Fruit infused water
Give your water a blast of flavour with a Tea and Water Infuser! Plain water can be dull and the sugar content of dilute squash is sky high - so add fresh fruit to your water to give it some flavour. This will not only keep you hydrated, but the natural fruit will help with detoxification and boo...
healthy-living - Fri, 23 May 2014 16:41:02
12. Watering Plants: Slow-drip irrigation Vs hand watering
Watering plants in growbags, raised beds and allotments is less time consuming, more water efficient and more beneficial to your plants with our Click & Drip irrigation kit. It can be difficult to keep up with a watering regime, and when pushed for time it's tempting to give plants a soaking in ...
home-and-garden - Tue, 06 May 2014 14:24:25
13. Hedgehogs - a gardeners best friend
Give hedgehogs a safe place to shelter and they will eat the slugs in your garden. They can eat 80 slugs in one night! Sadly hedgehog numbers are in decline because of loss of habitat, early frosts and modern garden design including garden ponds and swimming pools. Do your local hedgehogs a favou...
home-and-garden - Thu, 17 Apr 2014 15:06:48

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