The ridged Rootrainers cells direct the plants' roots to grow vertically towards the drainage hole. Rootrainers are easy to assemble, they open out like a book, allowing you to monitor how your plants' roots are developing whenever it's convenient. I grew all of the Sweet Pea plants for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial in Deep Rootrainers.

The ridged Rootrainers cells direct the plants' roots to grow vertically towards the drainage hole. Rootrainers are easy to assemble, they open out like a book, allowing you to monitor how your plants' roots are developing whenever it's convenient. I grew all of the Sweet Pea plants for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial in Deep Rootrainers.

Sweet Pea seedlings. I sowed all of my Sweet Peas for this trial in Rootrainers, using New Horizon Organic and Peat Free Multi Purpose Compost.

Sweet Pea seedlings. I sowed all of my Sweet Peas for this trial in Rootrainers, using New Horizon Organic and Peat Free Multi Purpose Compost.

The Rootrainers Racking Station raises the Sweet Pea plants up, which makes them easier to tend.

The Rootrainers Racking Station raises the Sweet Pea plants up, which makes them easier to tend.

I sowed all of the Sweet Pea seeds for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial in Dalefoot Composts Wool Potting Compost. This peat free compost is made from a blend of compost that includes sheep's wool and bracken in the ingredients. Dalefoot Composts Wool Compost is naturally water retentive, meaning that your seedlings don't require watering as frequently.

I sowed all of the Sweet Pea seeds for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial in Dalefoot Composts Wool Potting Compost. This peat free compost is made from a blend of compost that includes sheep's wool and bracken in the ingredients. Dalefoot Composts Wool Compost is naturally water retentive, meaning that your seedlings don't require watering as frequently.

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.

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.

This Restrepia antennifera specimen has produced a keiki. Pictured on the 16th October 2016, inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.

This Restrepia antennifera specimen has produced a keiki. Pictured on the 16th October 2016, inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.

Peat Free Compost Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

Peat Free Compost Trial 2016 - Pumpkin Beth

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

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

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.

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.

During the earlier stages of the 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, the seedlings were dependent on rainfall for watering. I grew all of the Sweet Pea plants for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial in Deep Rootrainers. I used a Rootrainers Racking Station to conveniently store my Rootrainers.

During the earlier stages of the 2016 Sweet Pea Trial, the seedlings were dependent on rainfall for watering. I grew all of the Sweet Pea plants for my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial in Deep Rootrainers. I used a Rootrainers Racking Station to conveniently store my Rootrainers.

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