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How To Grow Strawberries

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

How To Grow Fruit Trees

…can be removed after two years. * When growing fruit trees in pots, use a large container and soil-based potting compost such as John Innes No. 3. Containerised plants will need more frequent watering than those grown in the ground. Fruit Tree Planting Tips * To ensure effective watering, insert a…

Top 10 crops for pots

…crops for pots Top 10 crops for pots Growing your favourite crops in pots can turn even the smallest of spaces into a home allotment. Container gardening offers a world of opportunity in tiny town gardens, concreted areas, and even on balconies. Savour the flavour of healthy, home grown fruit and…

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…Polgara * (first timer question) I sowed sweet peas into those cardboard like pots (tiny) and they have grown really big - do I leave them in the cardboard pots when I re-pot them and how big a pot do I pot them up into? When can they go into the garden? * Sue - T&M Horticultural Expert * Hi…

Top 10 easy to grow fruit trees and plants for beginners | Top 10 flower, fruit and vegetable guides

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

Top 10 easy to grow vegetable plants and seeds for beginners | Top 10 flower, fruit and vegetable guides

…to grow vegetable seeds and plants for beginners Do you dream of harvesting your own home grown vegetables, but just don't know where to start? Wondering which vegetables are easy to grow? From pots to plots, there are vegetables to suit gardens of every size. 'Growing your own' isn't complicated.…

Top 10 easy to grow flower plants and seeds for beginners | Top 10 flower, fruit and vegetable guides

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 14th October 2011

…particularly when they are in active growth.Your Christmas cactus will also need some nutrients, particularly if it has not been re-potted for some time. If the roots look very congested then re-pot it into a slightly bigger pot. Feed your Christmas cactus with any balanced fertiliser whilst it is…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 15th June 2012

…air conditions can cause flower buds to drop. Your Christmas cactus will also need some nutrients, particularly if it has not been re-potted for some time. If the roots look very congested then re-pot it into a slightly bigger pot. Feed your Christmas cactus every 4 weeks while in active growth with…

How to grow amaryllis bulbs

…Popular for their large, flamboyant blooms, these tender bulbs make fantastic houseplants. Flowering from winter to spring they are often grown as Christmas gifts. Commonly known as amaryllis, they are in fact from the genus Hippeastrum, looking very similar to the true Amaryllis. Growing amaryllis…

Thompson & Morgan | Facebook Question and Answer Session 6th September 2013

…what would be the danger of losing it? Many thanks Don Chell Answer: Hi Donald, Christmas trees are unfortunately not suited to container cultivation and can be very short-lived if grown this way. Most Christmas trees want to reach eventual heights of 20 metres or more and don't like to have their…

How to grow Hyacinths

…spring bulb grown for their showy, colourful and highly fragrant flowers. Hyacinth bulbs can be planted in borders, containers and window boxes, looking most impressive when planted in groups. They naturally flower in the spring but they can also be forced indoors for a Christmas display. Read…

What to do in the garden in November

…Order seed potatoes for next spring. * • Order your fruit trees now for planting in early spring. If space is limited in your garden try growing dwarf fruit trees. Other jobs about the garden * • Wash, dry and store any used pots, seed trays and containers to remove overwintering pests and…

Money saving gardening tips, money saving ideas

…planter works equally well for planting out pots that are 3 - 4 inch diameter, such as runner beans, courgettes, broad beans, sweetcorn etc that have all been started off in a greenhouse. Make the holes using the bulb planter, and pop the pot grown seedlings in. Minimum root disturbance, and much…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 24th January 2014

…fruit trees from your good selves. Answer: Hi Ann. Here's a handy article that will tell you exactly how to plant your fruit trees. You might want to get yourself a bag of well rotted manure and a tree stake and tie for each tree before your trees arrive. When you plant them make sure the tree is at…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 2nd May 2014

…greenhouse? Pots/ground etc? I did one in a pot last year but only got 2 okras. * Sue - T&M Horticultural Expert * Hi Jill, okra is a tropical or sub-tropical plant so will produce the best crops in a greenhouse. They are sensitive to frost so are best grown on in warm conditions until ready to…

How to Grow Basil

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How To Grow Herbs

…Herbs in Pots and Containers Outdoors on the Patio Growing herbs in pots and containers is a great way to grow fresh produce if space is limited. Place them outside your back door for easy harvesting when cooking! Choose relatively deep pots, especially for large shrubby herbs such as Bay trees and…

How to grow tomatoes

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Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer session 21st March 2014

…Polgara * (first timer question) I sowed sweet peas into those cardboard like pots (tiny) and they have grown really big - do I leave them in the cardboard pots when I re-pot them and how big a pot do I pot them up into? When can they go into the garden? * Sue - T&M Horticultural Expert * Hi…

Facebook questions Jan 13th 2012

…into pots (are they okay to withstand frosts?) and should I use any particular soil, someone told me to use a mixture of normal soil and john innes number 3. Is this okay? Many thanks. Answer: Hello Sarah. I’m guessing this was a Christmas present - what a lovely gift! Your patio fruit trees

Gardening Videos for Beginners

…here... How to Grow Potted Plants Potted plants are well established and can generally be planted straight into their final positions. Take a look at our video to learn how to plant out your potted garden plants. View the video here... How to Grow Bareroot Trees & Shrubs Many trees and shrubs are…

How To Grow Watercress

…plants - growing watercress from seed requires no specialist skills or equipment. Outdoor watercress crops should be sown directly into the pot you wish to grown them during March or April - once average day temperatures reach 8-15°C it will be warm enough to encourage germination within 14…

How to grow bedding plants

…will need potting up and growing on in frost-free conditions before planting out in late May or early June after all risk of frost has passed. Winter bedding plants such as pansies, polyanthus and wallflowers should be grown on and planted out once they've rooted into their pots or module trays.…

Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th June 2014

…of flowers this year. In an ideal world they would be grown on this summer and then planted out in the autumn when the soil conditions are most favourable for plant establishment. I expect that you would have potted them up into 7cm diameter pots or similar. Wait until the plants are well rooted in.…

How to plant and grow bulbs, corms and tubers

…bulbs by covering the top of the pot with a piece of chicken wire. Once the shoots appear you can remove it to allow the foliage and flowers space to grow. How to plant bulbs in grass Naturalising bulbs in grass can make an impressive display. They are best grown in informal areas of grass that can…

How to grow fuchsias

…grow Fuchsias Pot up fuchsia plug plants using a good quality, well drained compost such as John Innes No.3, and grow them on in warm, frost-free conditions. Trailing fuchsia plug plants may be planted directly into baskets, window boxes and containers. These should also be grown on in warm, frost…

How To Grow Rhubarb - Growing Rhubarb

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

Top 10 Summer Flowering Bulbs

…From tall tree lilies to short ground cover lilies, there's one to suit every garden. The large exotic blooms are surprisingly easy to grow. To avoid pollen stains try double-flowered Lily 'China Girl' which is completely pollen free. These stars of the summer border are best grown in containers,…

Facebook Question and Answer session 25th July 2014

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

How to Grow Cucumbers

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

Gardening for Beginners

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

How To Grow Courgettes

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

How To Grow Garlic

…a sheltered position outdoors. Garlic grown in this way can be planted out to its final position in the spring when the cloves have sprouted. Growing Garlic in Pots and Containers Growing garlic in a pot is ideal for those with patios and balconies. The pot will need to be at least 20cm (8 inches)…

Top 10 vegetables to grow over winter

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…

How We Grow and Send Your Plants

…* Strawberry Plants * Rhubarb Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings…