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Hi,My name is Stephanie and I'm currently writing my bachelor thesis on the usage of grow lights and the online market for grow lights. In order to gain insight I have spoken to several persons on similar forums. I was getting alot of information and decided to make a tiny questo...
It can be much trickier changing the soil in a greenhouse trench than in a garden border. I’m lucky to have trenches with brick bases, but my heart goes out to anyone with borders glazed to the base. It's so easy to break panes when excavating soil
How big are they? Sunflowers grow so fast that they run out of food and water very quickly. I'm having the same problem, but I thought it was because I'd overdone the plant food..? You shouldn't really be feeding seedlings for the first few weeks - potting them on into fresh comp...
This is my first year of collecting seeds and I am now gettin quite excited about my new venture. I have had a greenhouse donated to me and would like to know if there are any perennial seeds I can plant now and bring on in the greenhouse for my
holiday. I can have 4 grow bags, a few seed trays and one or two plants in the greenhouse at varying times - sometimes all at the one time. I have an outside water tap but the greenhouse is at the opposite end of the garden from this at the moment. Any
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When is the best time to plant rhisomes taken from an existing plant.shoukld they be placed directly in the garden or potted up in the greenhouse. I tried last year with no success. Any advice would be appreciated.
Insulate a greenhouse with bubble polytheneAs the cold weather draws in, you need to think about how you are going to protect your plants through the winter. If you have a greenhouse but don't want to install a costly heating system, lining
. As for Sparaxis, they can go in outside this autumn as long as they're in a relatively sheltered and well-drained spot. To be on the safe side you can put them in pots in the greenhouse and then sink the pots into the garden border after the frosts are over next
I have a new, bigger greenhouse. I have seedlings growing in a heated (min 14c) and very warm when sunny, garden room. When will it be safe to put them out in the unheated, but very sunny greenhouse (most of them will stay in the greenhouse