Hi Guys Do you enjoy the crunch of sweet bell peppers in your salad or the delicious sweet taste in your stir fry or even a little… Read more “How To Grow Chillies and Peppers From Seed”
Hi Guys Well today started out with taking some of my dahlias which I grew from seed and some of my overwintered geraniums to a couple… Read more “Just Another Day At The Plant!”
Hi Guys Busy day again today and so much to ‘show and tell’ but too tired so I will just show you a few photos of my… Read more “Strawberry Fields Forever!”
Well hello there, Yesterday was another one of those days when, as a woman I had to multitask. My son is home from university for the summer… Read more “Poly Tunnels and Multi Tasking!”
Hi Guys Well today turned out to be slightly different from planned which happens quite a lot in my world. I’m not complaining as life can be… Read more “Seaweed-one of natures free fertilizers”
Hi Guys I love this time of year, the days are longer, the sun is high enough to stay above the mountain facing us and follows the… Read more “LOVE THIS TIME OF YEAR!”
Hi Guys and welcome back. Well it’s that time of year where it has been another very busy day in the tunnels. I managed to do… Read more “Lettuce Begin!”
It is very important to support your indeterminate tomato plants because they will grow tall and without support will fall over and any fruits growing will be more prone to disease from the damp soil. The easiest way to support or stake your plant is to use bamboo canes, string or even a fruit cage. This video shows you how easy it is to stake your tomato plants in order for you to have strong healthy plants that are easily managed.
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Do you enjoy eating those little cherry tomatoes……I do and eat them like sweets (much healthier)!! These juicy cherry tomatoes are so easy to grow if you… Read more “Juicy Cherry Tomatoes Are So Easy To Grow – Honest!”
Hi Guys, Well its been another very busy day in the tunnels. I have managed to get lots of lettuce into their final planting position in the… Read more “Such A Busy Time”