We are continually 'growing' our range and the latest additions are a new range of straight chemicals and fertilizers from the Scotts Miracle Gro company.
Introduced at GLEE - The Garden Leisure Show 2012 in new style packaging. This includes a sealed plastic interior housed in a traditional cardboard box.
Bright and colourful these boxes will appeal to traditional and young gardeners alike and will definitely stand out on the shelves in shops too.
Some of the favourites include Bone Meal, Growmore and also Fish Blood and Bone. More specialist products are also included like Superphosphate, Sulphate of Ammonia and Magnessium Salts (Epsom Salts).
To view our range of new Miracle Gro products click here.
Soft fruit was featured in a recent edition of the Great British Garden Revival and David Coton was impressed by Alys Fowler’s enthusiasm for all sorts of berries that can be grown in our gardens.
Flowering bulbs are popular Christmas presents. They can always be relied on to bring colour and scent into the house. Nathan James Dodd tells you how to care for them after the festive season has passed.
You might think that the expensive mountain bike or lawn mower in your shed is safe from being stolen. David Coton finds that this might not be the case and explains how Gardensite can help if you need to make an insurance claim.
Although the timber used for decking should have been treated to ensure longevity, black mould seems an inevitable problem. David Coton has a few suggestions on how the mould can be prevented or the timber restored.