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Vegepod Raised Garden Vegepod Vegepod Vegepod Vegepod Vegepod Watering Building the Planting up the Tips and advice for gardening in a Choosing a site for your Compost for your Choosing Seeds to… Container Plants, Container Gardening, Gardening Tips, Carrot Seeds, White Butterfly, Edible Flowers, Edible Garden, Propagation, Types Of Food

Growing vegetables in a Vegepod! - Pumpkin Beth

Contents1 Vegepod Raised Garden Beds1.1 Vegepod overview1.2 Vegepod height2 Vegepod Features2.1 Vegepod Cover2.2 Vegepod Watering System3 Building the Vegepod3.1 Planting up the Vegepod3.2 Compost4 Tips and advice for gardening in a Vegepod4.1 Choosing a site for your Vegepod4.2 Compost for your Vegepod4.3 Choosing Seeds to…

What am I growing inside my Moving the What compost am I using inside my Using a Vegepod in full What can you grow inside a Vegepod in Watering the Using a Vegepod to avoid Growing my… Cool Plants, Green Plants, Green Flowers, Green Leaves, Home Grown Vegetables, Growing Vegetables, Rocket Plant, Misting Nozzles, Sutton Seeds

What am I growing inside my Vegepod? - Pumpkin Beth

Contents1 What am I growing inside my Vegepod?1.1 Moving the Vegepod1.2 What compost am I using inside my Vegepod?1.3 Using a Vegepod in full shade1.4 What can you grow inside a Vegepod in shade?1.5 Watering the Vegepod1.6 Using a Vegepod to avoid pests1.7 Growing my…

Sweet Pea Superstars! - Pumpkin Beth Sweet Pea Flowers, Cut Flowers, Pastel Shades, Shades Of Purple, Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Stuff To Do, Things To Do, Mauve Color

Sweet Pea Superstars! - Pumpkin Beth

I just love growing sweet peas! I love to be enveloped by the sweet pea flower’s powerful and sensuous scent, while I’m encompassed by the flower’s beauty and charm. Eternal bliss! Everyone should have at least a few moments of pause and reflection, to recharge with their favourite sweet pea blooms each and every summer. Lathyrus odoratus ‘Betty Maiden’ pictured during my 2017 Sweet Pea Trial. March is a great time to sow sweet peas! Indeed during my 2017 Sweet Pea Trial, the plants that…

Sweet Pea Trial 2016 The ridged Rootrainers cells direct the plants' roots to grow vertically to Sweet Pea Flowers, Cut Flowers, Sweet Pea Plant, Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Miniature Orchids, Seed Catalogs, Bottle Garden, Terrarium Plants

Sweet Pea Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Though I didn’t find 2016 to be a particularly successful year for growing Sweet Peas – the plants grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial didn’t produce as many flowers as I had hoped, my love of Sweet Peas has not diminished in strength. I love Sweet Peas. I highly recommend that you experience growing these magnificent annual flowers. The Sweet Peas I have grown for the 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, are also known by their botanical name of Lathyrus odoratus. Lathyrus odoratus are a delightfully pretty…

The Rootrainers Racking Station raises the Sweet Pea plants up, which makes them easier to tend. Sweet Pea Plant, Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Sweet Pea Flowers, Plant Labels, Different Plants, Propagation, Flower Seeds, Trials

Sweet Pea Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Though I didn’t find 2016 to be a particularly successful year for growing Sweet Peas – the plants grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial didn’t produce as many flowers as I had hoped, my love of Sweet Peas has not diminished in strength. I love Sweet Peas. I highly recommend that you experience growing these magnificent annual flowers. The Sweet Peas I have grown for the 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, are also known by their botanical name of Lathyrus odoratus. Lathyrus odoratus are a delightfully pretty…

New Plants for Free - Pumpkin Beth Ivy Flower, Green Flowers, Green Leaves, Hosta Care, How To Propagate Lavender, Ivy Look, Holly Tree, Beneficial Insects, Free Plants

New Plants for Free - Pumpkin Beth

Contents1 New Plants for Free1.1 Ivy (also known by its botanical name of Hedera)1.2 Growing conditions1.3 Ivy changes as it ages1.4 Take care – ivy is an irritant1.5 When is the best time to take cuttings?1.6 Tools for taking cuttings1.7 Propagate your healthiest plants1.8 How…

For the last few years I have used Deep Rootrainers to grow the sweet pea plants for my Sweet Pea Trials. I had been happy with the results that I had achieved using Deep Rootrainers from Haxnicks, but last year I decided to trial Deep… Container Gardening, Gardening Tips, Sweet Pea Plant, Growing Vegetables In Containers, Growing Tomatoes, Growing Flowers, Propagation, Balcony Garden, Flower Seeds

Maxi Rootrainers from Haxnicks - Pumpkin Beth

For the last few years I have used Deep Rootrainers to grow the sweet pea plants for my Sweet Pea Trials. I had been happy with the results that I had achieved using Deep Rootrainers from Haxnicks, but last year I decided to trial Deep Rootrainers against Maxi Rootrainers, which are also available from Haxnicks, to discover if using a larger sized, deeper Rootrainer would be beneficial for my sweet pea plants. Lathyrus odoratus ‘White Frills’ pictured during my 2017 Sweet Pea Trial. Sweet…

A dwarf French bean 'Ferrari' seedling emerging. For my 2016 Peat Free Compost Trial, I sowed eight dwarf French bean 'Ferrari' seeds into a variety of different peat free compost mixes. I observed and noted the results. Edible Garden, Propagation, Dwarf, Growing Vegetables, Compost, Trials, Vegetable Garden, Ferrari, Garden Ideas

Peat Free Compost Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Why Peat Free? I have always loved our natural world. I have always wished to protect every important habitat for plants, animals, and nature, all over the world. I am passionate about protecting the rainforests and the many other wonderful, precious environments and habitats that exist on Earth, including peat bogs. Peat bogs are amazing environments, covering just 2-3% of the planet’s surface. Many of the special, rare, and interesting plants which are found growing in peat bogs can only…

Sweet Pea Superstars! - Pumpkin Beth Sweet Pea Flowers, Cut Flowers, Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Stuff To Do, Things To Do, Propagation, Flower Seeds, Gardening Tips

Sweet Pea Superstars! - Pumpkin Beth

I just love growing sweet peas! I love to be enveloped by the sweet pea flower’s powerful and sensuous scent, while I’m encompassed by the flower’s beauty and charm. Eternal bliss! Everyone should have at least a few moments of pause and reflection, to recharge with their favourite sweet pea blooms each and every summer. Lathyrus odoratus ‘Betty Maiden’ pictured during my 2017 Sweet Pea Trial. March is a great time to sow sweet peas! Indeed during my 2017 Sweet Pea Trial, the plants that…

this Peat Free Compost Trial to test the composts on the market, and see how they perform when trialled alongside each other, under the same conditions. Propagation, Compost, Trials, Conditioner, Pumpkin, Plant, Free, Pumpkins, Squash

Peat Free Compost Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Why Peat Free? I have always loved our natural world. I have always wished to protect every important habitat for plants, animals, and nature, all over the world. I am passionate about protecting the rainforests and the many other wonderful, precious environments and habitats that exist on Earth, including peat bogs. Peat bogs are amazing environments, covering just 2-3% of the planet’s surface. Many of the special, rare, and interesting plants which are found growing in peat bogs can only…

I have changed the planting to trial a variety of terrarium plants – this terrarium currently features ferns, mosses, and miniature orchids. Orchid Plants, Flowering Plants, Planting Flowers, Orchid Propagation, Miniature Orchids, Bottle Garden, Terrarium Plants, Beautiful Flowers, Pumpkin

A long-term review of the BiOrbAir (part ten) - Pumpkin Beth

Welcome to the tenth instalment of my long-term BiOrbAir review. I planted up my BiOrbAir, a specialised, automated terrarium, designed by Barry Reynolds, on 25th September 2014. As this was the first time I had planted a BiOrbAir terrarium, I chose a variety of different terrarium plants and ferns to trial, so that I could monitor how successfully these plants, each of which have differing requirements, would grow inside the controlled environment of this terrarium. During my BiOrbAir…

This Restrepia antennifera specimen has produced a keiki. Pictured on the October inside my BiOrbAir terrarium. Orchid Propagation, Baby Orchid, Miniature Orchids, Orchid Plants, Different Plants, Plant Leaves, Green, Flowers, Pictures

A long-term review of the BiOrbAir (part seven) - Pumpkin Beth

Welcome to the seventh instalment of my long-term BiOrbAir review. On the 25th September 2014, I planted up my BiOrbAir. The BiOrbAir is a specialised, automated terrarium, which was designed by Barry Reynolds. As this was the first time I had planted a BiOrbAir terrarium, I chose a variety of different plants and ferns to trial, so I could monitor how successfully these plants, each of which have differing requirements, would grow inside the controlled environment of this terrarium. I was…

I have always achieved excellent results, growing my sweet peas in peat free compost. For my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial I used Dalefoot Potting Compost, a peat free compost made from natural ingredients, including sheep's wool. Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Sweet Pea Flowers, Propagation, Flower Seeds, Compost, Pumpkin, Herbs, Culture

Growing Sweet Peas - Pumpkin Beth

Growing Sweet Peas For me, sweet peas are one of the real joys of summer. The sweet pea’s frilly flowers have a powerful yet serene fragrance, which gently envelops the garden in its loveliness. The scent of sweet peas can fill your home too; they’re very floriferous plants that produce excellent cut flowers. Sweet peas, also known by their botanical name of Lathyrus odoratus, are very accommodating – you can sow their seeds in September, though better still sow in late October, and at any…

I grow my sweet peas in Deep Rootrainers - deep seed trays, which encourage the formation of strong, healthy roots. I use the Rootrainers Racking Station, which is a great space saver - it holds eight packs of Deep Rootrainers over two levels. Sweet Pea Plant, Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Sweet Pea Flowers, Space Saver, Propagation, Flower Seeds, Trials, Roots

Sweet Pea Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Though I didn’t find 2016 to be a particularly successful year for growing Sweet Peas – the plants grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial didn’t produce as many flowers as I had hoped, my love of Sweet Peas has not diminished in strength. I love Sweet Peas. I highly recommend that you experience growing these magnificent annual flowers. The Sweet Peas I have grown for the 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, are also known by their botanical name of Lathyrus odoratus. Lathyrus odoratus are a delightfully pretty…

As the Lathrus odoratus roots reach the bottom of the Deep Rootrainers they are air pruned. This air pruning encourages further branching of the plants' roots. Growing Sweet Peas, Sweet Pea Seeds, Sweet Pea Flowers, Propagation, Flower Seeds, Compost, Trials, Roots, Pumpkin

Sweet Pea Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Though I didn’t find 2016 to be a particularly successful year for growing Sweet Peas – the plants grown for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial didn’t produce as many flowers as I had hoped, my love of Sweet Peas has not diminished in strength. I love Sweet Peas. I highly recommend that you experience growing these magnificent annual flowers. The Sweet Peas I have grown for the 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, are also known by their botanical name of Lathyrus odoratus. Lathyrus odoratus are a delightfully pretty…

This Restrepia antennifera specimen is in the process of producing three keikis! Pictured on the November 2016 inside my BiOrbAir terrarium. Orchid Propagation, Miniature Orchids, Orchid Plants, Terrariums, November, Pumpkin, November Born, Pumpkins, Terrarium

A long-term review of the BiOrbAir (part eight) - Pumpkin Beth

A long-term review of the BiOrbAir (part eight) Welcome to the eighth instalment of my long-term BiOrbAir review. I planted up my BiOrbAir terrarium on the 25th September 2014. The BiOrbAir is a specialised, automated terrarium, which was designed by Barry Reynolds. As this was the first time I had planted a BiOrbAir terrarium, I chose a variety of different plants and ferns to trial, so I could monitor how successfully these plants, each of which have differing requirements, would grow…