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Insulate your greenhouse with a layer of bubble wrap and give your plants a helping hand through winter. Your greenhouse will have fewer draughts and will also benefit from lower bills if you use a heater during the very cold months.Measuring tape
Can anyone recommend an effective, but cheaper solution for greenhouse insulation? Bubble wrap. Buy it in sheets off a roller in a good garden centre or DIY store. If you have an aluminium frame, you can also buy the little clips that slot
The feature on apple storing failed to mention the temperature the apples should be stored at. I wanted to know if I could leave apples wrapped in newspaper in my shed - can the apples suffer from very cold or very warm conditions?
I bought 4 bulbs and when they arrived the leaves looked good but the roots were wrapped around the pot right up to the top.Should I try to untangle the roots before planting .I am going to plant the 4 in 1 pot.
will my conifers recover and green again after damage from wind burn ? Have you got them wrapped now? They will probably look manky but they should recover. What kind of conifers? If they are Leylandii? there not wrapped. there potted and placed
seed mixed with compost on to lawns to thicken growthPrune suckers away from around the base of ornamental treesProtect large ceramic or glazed pots from frost damage by wrapping them in bubble polytheneOrder bare-rooted roses for planting in autumnWrap
normal date for seeing frogspawn in Bristol is Feb. 6th but not this year. Will let you know. donutsmrs - how lovely. My small container pond is frozen over so next year I'll wrap it up with bubble wrap. happymarion - I look forward to hearing how late
Used in gardening to refer to the technique of excluding light from the stem and/or leaves of plants, in order to reduce the green chlorophyll they contain. The technique may involve wrapping plants with paper collars (as for celery), earthing up
old plants from beds and bordersWrap tender plants, such as olives and palms, to give them extra weather protection
occasionally I spot a tiny caterpillar wrapped up in a leaf, has anyone got any ideas?