Westland Boost

All purpose liquid plant feed Results in 4x as many flowers Maximised water absorption Discover more Achieve 4 times more blooms with Westland Boost All Purpose Liquid Plant Feed. Their new plant feed helps you achieve stunning floral displays and an abundance of healthy fruit and veg. Boost has unique Plantsense™ technology to feed all…

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Making your own compost

4 steps for making your own home compost Recycle garden and kitchen waste to get an environmentally friendly soil improver for healthy plants. Whether it’s for improving your soil, mulching around shrubs or potting up new plants, homemade compost is a valuable asset in the garden. There’s a lot of myths around making compost and…

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Grown at Home

Windowsill growing is ideal for salad crops such as loose-leaf lettuce, oriental greens and spinach. By choosing loose leaf varieties, you can harvest what you need, giving the plant a chance to recover and regrow again! Download and keep our handy ‘Grown at Home’ leaflet as well as a copy of our seasonal veg planner.…

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Grow your own strawberries

Grow your own strawberries Grow your own strawberries Strawberries are easy to grow. Strawberry plants can be grown almost anywhere – in borders, growbags, containers or hanging baskets They just need sun, shelter, and fertile, well-drained soil Water during dry periods in the growing season. Water from the bottom as water from overhead can rot…

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Winter Potatoes

Winter Potatoes It may still be summer but the delight of home grown, tender new potatoes on Christmas Day is possible with a little know how. Before we look at what varieties to grow and how to grow them it’s useful to know what makes a winter seed potato. The simple answer is that they…

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Grow your own soft fruit

Grow your own soft fruit Grow your own soft fruit Raspberry Fruiting Raspberries are ideal for pies, jam or eating fresh. They require free-draining soil and do not like wet soils. Glen LyonGreat for cooking, disease resistantJune – July Glen MagnaSuperb eaten fresh, disease resistantJuly Glen ProsenHigh yields, pest and disease resistantJuly Glen AmpleHigh yields,…

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Winter Vegetable Harvest

Winter Vegetable Harvest Winter vegetable harvest As well as Potatoes, there are still varieties of vegetables that can be planted now and harvested this autumn. Plant lettuces, spinach and rocket and get a fresh crop in roughly six weeks. To enjoy healthy salads throughout the summer why not plant a small batch every two weeks.…

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