Garden Blog

Garden Blog

Welcome to our Garden Blog, where we let you know what we’re up to in the garden and anything we think might be of interest in the big wide world of gardening. With regular updates from Jo and Stephanie, from sowing to harvesting and even great recipes, we hope you enjoy following our gardening exploits! 

   

Latest Blog Entries:

How to Store Apples

Posted in Category Harvesting and Storage by Jo on 26 August 2015

There are a few key considerations to bear in mind when storing apples...

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The Benefits of a Walk in Steel Fruit Cage

Posted in Category Organic Gardening by Harrod on 26 August 2015

Our Walk-In Steel Fruit Cages and Vegetable Cages offer exceptional high quality and value with the galvanised matt black powder coated framework, heavy duty side and roof netting, all the fittings and a door unit at no extra cost.

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Making Cider with a Fruit Press

Posted in Category Harvesting and Storage by Jo on 17 August 2015

Making cider is really easy and a good way to use up a glut of fruit. Some experts say use only cider apples, others mainly dessert and others mainly cooking but in reality most home cider makers use whatever apples that they have at hand.

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Harrod Garden Arches

Posted in Category News by Harrod on 17 August 2015

Just in case you haven't seen them , we now have our stylish Harrod Roman Arches available in two exciting new colours - Silk Grey and Lichen Green. In addition we have extended our range to include a Vintage Wire Arch (in a choice of two finishes). All of our arches are made from quality materials and carry a 10 YEAR GUARANTEE, with our Steel Arches all being endorsed by the RHS.

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Kitchen Garden Blog - preparing the garden for the holiday

Posted in Category Organic Gardening by Jo on 17 August 2015

This week In Stephanie's Kitchen Garden we will be preparing the garden for a week long absence as Jo takes her summer holidays. It's always a nervous time for gardeners going on holiday during the hot summer months, but with careful planning, it can be managed with minimal stress.

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