In the Garden: Do Moths Pollinate?

Tuesday, 17 September 2019 13:55:57 Europe/London

Did you know that moths can be just as important as bees and butterflies?

You might see day-flying ones fluttering about in your garden, and even confuse them for butterflies, or maybe notice them at night around your plants.

 

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How to Help Tired Bees in Autumn

Friday, 6 September 2019 10:33:56 Europe/London

Colder days bring a different routine for bees. Bees in autumn will be less active but can still be seen gathering food.

Bumblebee colonies will produce males and new queens in autumn, with the latter needing to eat well before hibernating in winter. Solitary bees and bumblebees don’t store food, so they need easy access to flowers throughout the year.

 

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Greenhouse Chilli Update – September 2019

Tuesday, 3 September 2019 15:30:36 Europe/London

Hello, Gardening Angel Scott here with a couple of interesting chilli facts and updates from our greenhouse.

If like me, you get bored of looking at a sea of green throughout your greenhouses, there are plenty of varieties of fruit and veg, that you can add to brighten things up.

Anyone up for the Carolina Reaper challenge?

Greenhouse Chilli Update – September 2019
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What to Plant in August

Monday, 12 August 2019 15:37:35 Europe/London

With the hot weather still around, now is the ideal time to finish up a few tasks in the garden.

Fruits and vegetables are still looking - and tasting - their best but it’s time to start thinking and planning ahead for winter and next year’s spring.

 

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I love growing plants from cuttings and September is perfect timing for forming my plan and getting started. At this time of year I take a cup of tea out with me and decide which plants I’m going to take cuttings from to grow new plants. Cuttings
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When Do Hedgehogs Hibernate?

Thursday, 8 August 2019 14:14:48 Europe/London

Hibernation is one of the most dangerous times a hedgehog will experience in an urban environment. Hedgehogs eat as much as possible during the autumn months so they can store as much fat as possible.

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Top 10 Unusual Gifts for Gardeners

Monday, 5 August 2019 16:03:50 Europe/London

Are you looking for unusual gifts for the enthusiastic gardener in your life? 

A Greenhouse Sensation we have a wide variety of gardening gifts to help make plant lovers’ lives much easier. After all, gardening is supposed to be fun, even calming, and not a stressful event.

 

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Top Signs of Plant Stress

Monday, 17 June 2019 14:56:02 Europe/London

Plants need a balanced environment to grow healthy and strong, which needs to be provided constantly and in appropriate levels. From seed to full grown, plants need the best possible environment from the start to reduce the risk of withering away, being stressed, going into shock, or becoming toxic.

 

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What to Sow in July: Greenhouse & Garden Maintenance

Friday, 14 June 2019 15:00:17 Europe/London

With longer and warmer days, July is an ideal growing month. You can sow and plant some amazing vegetables and flowers and reap the rewards later on in the year.

 

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8 Common Problems When Growing Tomatoes

Tuesday, 4 June 2019 11:18:41 Europe/London

 Growing tomatoes in your greenhouse or outdoors in your garden can be extremely rewarding. There are many varieties you can grow for delicious salads and other recipes. You can even beat the record for the largest tomato at 12 pounds or the Guinness World Record for the tallest hydroponically grown tomato plant at 65 fee - that’s us!

 

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