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- Top 10 Tips For Best Hanging Baskets
- How To Grow Tomatoes .. The Easy Way!
- CAT GRASS ?
- * New * SEED TAPES – to grow your own food.
- Growing Strawberries
- Growing Raspberries
- 4 WEEK GARDENING COURSE – Limited Places
- Tommy B’s Garden Transformation!
- Getting Rid Of Moss On The Lawn + Lawn Clinic!
- How To Get Rid of Bugs in A Polytunnel
Top 10 Tips For Best Hanging Baskets
Summer is one of the most exciting times in the garden for an abundance of colour. One of the highlights at this time of year is the variety of colour available to you to do the best hanging baskets / window boxes for the added wow feature in your home and garden. I'm often asked for my top tips on Summer colour and planting ..so today I'm giving you my top 10 tips for best hanging baskets , which applies to all types of containers including window boxes, door pots or any other containers you choose to use. Top 10 […]
Tommy B's Gardening Advice
Posted on May 11, 2016 | No CommentsSummer is one of the most exciting times in the garden for an abundance of colour. One of the highlights at this time of year is the variety of colour available to you to do the best hanging baskets / window boxes for the added wow feature in your home and garden. I'm often asked for my top tips on Summer colour and planting ..so today I'm giving you my top 10 tips for best hanging baskets , which applies to all types of containers including window boxes, door pots or any other containers you choose to use. Top 10 […]
Posted on April 28, 2016 | No CommentsHow To Grow Tomatoes … the easy way! With so much talk about what's in our food these days, more and more people want to learn how to grow their own food. At this time of year with Summer Salads on the menu now, there's nothing like the taste of your own homegrown fresh Tomatoes. Of course there are so many ways to enjoy Tomatoes all year round in hot or cold dishes, so it really makes sense to learn how to grow your own Tomatoes. So today I want remove any doubts you may have as to why […]
Posted on February 26, 2016 | No CommentsCAT GRASS has become a very popular grass seed amongs cat lovers! Apparently Cats love to nibble on grass, but it isn't very good for them … and I have to thank a customer for this as they introduced me to 'CAT GRASS" .. yes you heard me right .. CAT GRASS .. and the response to this product by all you cat lovers out there has been truly phenomenal! This grass can be grown indoors or outdoors, and if grown indoors as a 'potted plant', it also stop cats nibbling your potentially harmful houseplants! Nutritious and tasty, with naturally sweet stems, the oil […]
Posted on February 12, 2016 | No CommentsSOWING SEEDS FOR FOOD CROPS: This is the ideal time to get busy in the garden with planning and planting your food crops for the coming year. SEED SOWING is one of the things that we get a lot of questions about at this time of year.. and up to now, one of the biggest challenges with sowing seeds is uneven distribution … either sowing the seeds too thin or too heavy and this often resulted in a poor crop and a adisappointed gardener! I say 'up to now' as we have a fantastic new product that takes care of […]
Posted on February 1, 2016 | No CommentsGrowing Strawberries Strawberries are easily one of the most popular and delicious fruits to have in your garden and growing Strawberries can be one of the easiest ways to start. The amazing thing about fruit is you only have to plant it once and it will crop for many years, so it is amazing value and can save you lots on your grocery bills! Fruit can be grown in pots if space is tight or if digging the ground is not an option like for instance in rented accommodation. Stawberries are simple to grow in containers, you can grow them in hanging […]
Posted on January 4, 2016 | No CommentsRASPBERRIES are one of the most delicious Summer fruit around. If you've only experienced Raspberries from a supermarket, you really haven't experienced the true delicious flavour of Raspberries yet. The explosive flavour of a freshly picked Raspberry is hard to beat. Growing Raspberries is easy and most people feel a lot less hassle than some other fruits, so to enjoy juicy fresh fruit in July & August, you need to plant Raspberry canes now. CHOOSE A GOOD VARIETY RASPBERRY: Choosing the right variety of Raspberry can really make a difference. 3 of my favourite Raspberry varieties are listed here.I […]
Posted on September 17, 2015 | No Comments4 WEEK GARDENING COURSE – Limited Places, Money Back Guarantee! LEARN HOW TO DESIGN A GARDEN TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS, LOCATION, BUDGET & DREAMS! Sound good? Well that is exactly what you will learn over the course of these 4 weeks. This course is designed for beginners and gardening enthusiasts alike …and it doesn't matter if you have an existing garden or no garden at all! Now…I'm fully aware of how busy you are, so I want you to know exactly what we'll be doing so you can be sure this new Gardening Course is right for you. This Gardening […]
Posted on September 9, 2015 | No CommentsAfter being inundated with requests to reopen my 'Garden Transformation Service', I've decided to do just that and reopen the doors to do onsite visits again. So if you're looking for a practical starting point, a 'road map' of success for a complete Garden Transformation, then you need to read on! For the past number of years now, so many of you have been asking me to go back out onsite again with my landscaping services, to help you with landscaping, garden design, re-design and general garden makeovers … but I had to decline those requests as I wanted to […]
Posted on April 2, 2015 | No CommentsGreat product to kill off Moss from lawns & FREE LAWN CLINIC just announed! Read on for product details, and scroll to bottom of page for sign up form to bookyour Free place on the Lawn Clinic. If you've ever tried getting rid of Moss on the Lawn, then you've probably had to deal with some annoying issues as a result … things like having to scarify the lawn, rake off the dead moss and most annoying of all having to watch the lawn 'blacken' as a result! Well.. if you have a lawn, or have moss on the lawn, or intend to […]
Posted on February 25, 2015 | No CommentsWhile we have a whole new generation using Glasshouses and Polytunnels to grow food right now, a lot of the 'old' techniques and “tricks of the trade” might be overlooked or unknown, which if ignored can cause a lot of problems for you at a later stage with unwanted pests and problems. In recent years, we've seen an explosion in interest in growing your own food and in our 'Growing Your Own Food' Gardening Courses, it is great to see this and of course you know it really is the only way you can be certain of what is actually in your […]