First look at our Chelsea Flower Show Stand
It may still be a couple of months until the famous Chelsea Flower Show opens its gates to thousands of visitors, but our planning has been underway since the show finished last year!
Update from the Harrod HQ Greenhouse
Since planting up the self watering propagators in the greenhouse we are already seeing so great results...
Raised Bed Assembly Part 2
A busy week at Harrod Horticultural, with lots of orders and enquiries, but our customer services team still managed to find a bit of time to finish assembling the the new raised bed.
Making a feature with a Metal Garden Arch
Making a feature with a Metal Garden Arch can transform the appearance of your garden, creating an entrance, framing a view or simply adding height to a one-dimensional space.
It is time to plant our early potatoes
This week in the Kitchen Garden, it is time to plant our early potatoes. These have been chitting for a couple of months now and are ready to go into the ground. The raised bed they are destined for has been covered in fleece for the past few weeks to warm the soil ready for planting.
Why it is necessary to provide Plant Supports for Perennials
Perennials in borders often grow strong heavy growth that makes them easily susceptible to damage by wind and heavy rain. It is advisable to stake them early on in the season to help avoid mishaps. In particular tall plants with large flowers will require extra support.
How to Grow Herbaceous Peonies
Herbaceous peonies are often considered difficult to grow, but with some basic care they can provide you with glorious colour in the garden for many years to come.
Volcanic Rock Dust
We have long been an advocate of Remin's Volcanic Rock Dust - a soil and compost remineraliser proven to rejuvenate soils, helping boost soil fertility and plant growth.
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