The Indoor Garden
A few handy tips for keeping your indoor plants happy and healthy more…more...
Slug Gone Wool Pellets
A natural, organic way to keep slugs and snails away from plants, these pellets form a highly effective textured barrier. more…more...
A pond in your garden
Time to construct a pond. more…more...
Slug Gone wins GIMA award
GIMA product awards winner 2013 more…more...
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While it may be cold and dark during December there is still plenty of plant life to see, from pretty perennials to structural trees.as well as the traditional Christmas plants like poinsettia, holly and of course mistletoe.more...
– Cordyline Australis
– Anemonella Thalictroides
– Rubus Cockburnianus ‘Bramble’
– Carpinus Betulus ‘Fastigata’ Hornbeam more…
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Your Garden in December
With preparations for Christmas and New Year celebrations in full swing, gardening usually goes on the back burner in December, but there are still a few jobs that can be done, as well as planning for Springmore...
– Check on bulbs being forced for Christmas flowering
– Protect and shrubs of borderline hardiness
– Take winter hanging baskets under cover
– Lag or protect outdoor pipes to prevent freezing
– Keep an area of the pond ice free if you keep fish more…
Nippon Ant Killer Sachets
Add to water and pour. Ideal for lawns, patios and paths more…more...
When mixed with compost, these granules hold water and nutrients more…more...
Vitax Pelleted Poultry Manure
Natural organic fertiliser containing all the essential plant nutrients more…more...