Is Organic Fertiliser as Good as Chemical Fertiliser?

When I am asked “is organic fertiliser as good as chemical fertiliser”, I have to ask the question – good for who or what? Good for the plants, good for the soil, good for the person eating the produce that has been grown with it, good for the wildlife, children and pets that invariably come…


A raised bed in your garden has its benefits

There are a number of benefits to having raised beds for your vegetables, fruits and flowers. They can improve drainage if you have clay soil, and due to the better drainage the soil will warm up quicker in the spring ready for planting out. The soil can be tailored for the plants that you wish…


Great British Growing Awards 2021

We are delighted that our Natural Liquid Fertiliser has been shortlisted in the “Best Feeds and Growing Materials Category” in the Great British Growing Awards 2021. It is great to see that approved organic fertiliser products are being recognised and appreciated as excellent replacements for chemicals. The long term benefits to your soil and plants…


Organic Gardening Tips for June

Finally the warm weather has arrived!!! Greenhouses around the UK will be emptied and window-sills in houses can be cleared of plants as everything can be planted out. Time to harvest rhubarb to make a rhubarb summer pudding! Gardening jobs to do this month: • Water onions well to ensure the bulbs swell • Pinch…


Organic Gardening Tips for May

When will the weather warm up! With such a cold start to the year many of us still have seedlings on our window sills and in the greenhouse. May is a month of planting out, so lets hope the weather improves so that we can! Jobs to do this month: • Plant out tomatoes in…


Organic Gardening Tips for April

The sun is shining but the nights are cold. Don’t rush to plant out young seedlings or Jack Frost might get them! Jobs to do this month: Protect plants from the frost Sow all sorts of seeds in a heated greenhouse or inside on a windowsill: tomatoes, peppers, marrows etc Start hardening off seedlings that…


Organic Gardening Tips for March

Spring is almost here! Time to do lots of preparation and sowing of early crops in the greenhouse. The warm sun is coming very soon!! Jobs to do this month: • Start off seedlings including annuals and summer vegetables like Lettuce, Cabbage and Beetroot • Sow flower seeds for summer colour • Plant summer flowering…


Organic Gardening Tips for February

Spring is almost here! Time to do lots of preparation and sowing of early crops in the greenhouse. Jobs to do this month: • Plant herbs in pots to keep in the kitchen • Peaches and grapes can be planted in the greenhouse • Harvest winter vegetables: kale, purple sprouting broccoli, spinach and chard, parsnip,…


Sustainable shift: consumers demand greener products

Sustainable shift: consumers demand greener products in wake of pandemic Consumers are actively seeking out more sustainable products and services and rewarding environmentally-friendly businesses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, a research report from E.ON reveals. The pandemic has caused a big shift in consumer behaviour, with more than a third (36%) of Brits…


Garden Care Product of the Year 2020 – DIY Week Awards – Second Place!!

We are delighted to announce that we came second in the “Garden Care Product of the Year” category in the DIY Week Awards 2020 competition!! Its fantastic that our natural product range is being recognised by industry leaders. Also it was appreciated by the expert judges, especially as we beat stiff competition from Miracle Grow…