Treble your potato growing activities with this set of three durable, high performing, non-woven, polypropylene-coated, thick, fabric planters.
Fill each planter with 48 litres of compost and plant up with between three and five tubers and move around the patio, courtyard or terrace at will thanks to the reinforced handles. Each planter features drainage holes at the bottom and on the sides for healthy growing and measures 35cm/14" in diameter by 50cm/20" in height. Definitely worthy of our best value for money vote.
- Planters supplied in a set of 3
- Made from non-woven, polypropylene-coated, thick fabric
- Complete with handles for moving around patio or garden
- Drainage holes in bottom and sides to help prevent waterlogging
- 48 litre capacity
- Plant with 3 to 5 tubers depending on size
- Use all year round
- Place in an unheated greenhouse or shed and grow potatoes for Christmas
- Reusable year after year
- Also available with a Natural Willow Surround
You have what I need at a price I can afford. Thank you.
Top quality planting bags for potatoes. Could not fault especially for the price
Can't praise you enough, very ease to use online site, express delivery the product arrived the next day. The potato planting bags are excellent quality and a good price, far cheaper and better quality than the local garden centres I tried. Just what I wanted will definately use the site again.
Warm Asparagus, Broad Bean and New Potato Salad with Soft Poached Egg and Hollandaise Sauce
Sound appetising? As gardeners ourselves, we know there really isn't anything to compare with the taste of home-grown, freshly picked vegetables - especially when they're transported from kitchen garden to kitchen table in a matter of minutes!
Below you'll find out how three comon garden vegetables can be transformed into a delicious dish with very little effort - and our Potato Harvesting Scoop has played it's part too!
Here's how to go about creating your own delicious Warm Asparagus, Broad Bean and New Potato Salad with Soft Poached Egg and Hollandaise Sauce for 4...
300g young broad beans
300g new potatoes
4 free range eggs
For the Hollandaise:
1 tbsp white wine vinegar
½ tbsp lemon juice
Salt & pepper
2 egg yolks
Potato Harvesting Scoop – to harvest
1. Pod the broad beans from both the outer main pods and their inner individual casing, wash the new potatoes and cut in half, trim any woody ends off the asparagus
2. Bring a pan of salted water to the boil and add the new potatoes
3. After about 8-10 minutes add the asparagus and broad beans to the pan of potatoes and cook for a further 4 minutes
4. Meanwhile make the Hollandaise: put vinegar, lemon juice and salt & pepper in a small pan to heat. Put egg yolks in a food processor and briefly whizz. Slowly pour in the warm vinegar mixture with the food processor running. Melt the butter in the same pan you used for the vinegar and then again pour into the food processor while running.
5. Bring a wide shallow pan of water to the boil then turn heat right down. Crack each egg into a cup and gently slide into the water. Poach for about 2 minutes (to taste) before removing and draining with a slotted spoon.
6. Arrange the vegetables on each plate with a spoonful of the Hollandaise
7. Place one egg on top of the vegetables and grind a little black pepper over