The greenhouse is a valuable kitchen garden asset but to use it to its full potential you'll need to keep it frost free in winter, if not warm!
It's during the winter and early spring that the greenhouse becomes the most valuable asset on your plot - and lining the greenhouse with insulating bubble wrap can save you money (50% on heating costs) and keep tender plants alive.
Designed with our RHS endorsed garden arch range in mind, Harrod garden pergolas are offered in a range of width and length options and as we've designed and manufactured the pergola range ourselves here in our Lowestoft base we can be sure the quality will exceed your expectations.
Weekly Kitchen Garden Blog - Amazing Romanesco Cauliflower
Here at Stephanie's Kitchen Garden this week we will be planting out our Spring Cabbages. These have been growing away in our cold frame waiting for a space to become available in our vegetable cage.
Weekly Kitchen Garden Blog - Planting our Christmas Dinner
Here at Stephanie's Kitchen Garden this week we will be planting our Christmas dinner. Our parsnips and sprouts have been growing since February and are looking very promising. We have also frozen some peas and runner beans to join them on our Christmas plate.
25% Off Link Stake Plant Supports
We have a number of our Harrod Original Link-Stakes Plant Supports available as 'seconds' (discoloured or with slight imperfections in the plastic) with 25% DISCOUNT. Available in packs of 12 in 2 different sizes, they are an effective, reliable and very cost effective way to support your plants. Hurry - only available while stocks last!
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