How to grow a tree in a planter

Growing a tree in a planter is a rewarding process that offers the pleasure of gardening without the need for expansive outdoor space. When you choose to raise a tree in a container, you’re committing to crafting a micro-environment that meets the specific needs of your chosen species. Despite the limited space, a tree can thrive in a planter as long as you provide the correct care and conditions.

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How to Grow Strawberries in a Planter

Growing strawberries in a planter offers a convenient and accessible way to enjoy these succulent fruits, even if you’re short on space. By cultivating strawberries in planters, you can manage their environment more closely, leading to healthier plants and potentially larger yields.

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Planting and Growing Sweet Peas for a Beautiful Garden

Imagine a garden filled with vibrant, colourful sweet peas, their delicate tendrils climbing skyward and their beautiful blooms filling the air with an enchanting fragrance. Growing sweet peas can transform any outdoor space into a magical haven, and with a little knowledge and care, you can enjoy these captivating flowers in your own garden.

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10 Best Ornamental Grasses for Planters

A picture of ornamental grasses in a container garden

Are you looking to add a touch of style, texture, and colour to your container garden? Look no further than ornamental grasses! These versatile plants can elevate the beauty of any container garden and create stunning displays. In this blog post, we’ll introduce you to the top 10 ornamental grasses for planters, along with tips for choosing the right grasses and creating the ideal growing conditions. Let’s dive in!

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Make a Splash with a Water Feature for the Home and Garden

Ready to add a splash of serenity to your garden? A water feature for the home and garden not only enhances the beauty of your outdoor space, but also creates a calming atmosphere, attracting local wildlife and bringing life to your garden. In this blog post, we’ll guide you through choosing the perfect water feature, whether it’s a self-contained fountain, outdoor water bowl, or a stunning pond. Plus, we’ll share tips on maintaining your water feature to keep it clean and functioning at its best.

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Why Choose a Galvanised Steel Planter for Your Garden or Home

Arthur Jack galvanised steel planters

Are you tired of constantly replacing your garden planters due to rust, rot, and wear? If so, it’s time to consider a long-lasting, low-maintenance solution: galvanised steel planters. Arthur Jacks versatile and stylish planters offer numerous benefits, making them the perfect choice for your garden or home.

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Storing rainwater for the greenhouse and plants with a water butt

Are you looking for an easy, efficient way to water your greenhouse and plants without wasting precious resources? Installing a metal water butt can be the perfect solution. Not only is stored rain water simple and cost-effective – it’s also great for helping the environment by reducing reliance on nonrenewable sources of energy such as tap water.

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What grows best on an obelisk?

Have you ever seen an obelisk in a garden before? Obelisks are tall, four-sided structures that can be used to great effect when landscaping. But did you know that certain plants grow better on obelisks than others?

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Transform your garden with a metal large planter

Looking to add a touch of luxury to your garden? Consider investing in some large metal planters. These stately pieces can really transform the look of your outdoor space, and they’re surprisingly easy to care for. Read on for some tips on how to choose and use a metal planter in your garden.

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Is collected rain water good for plants?

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In this short blog we are going to figure out if collected rainwater is good for your plant growth. Rainwater collection through the use of a water butt or rain barrel is a simple rainwater collection system and rainwater harvesting is recommended as most plants tend to prefer naturally soft rainwater from rainwater storage to the water from your water supply.

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