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Fleece jackets or horticulture fleece are a great way to insulate your plants. They are made from a nice thin breathable fiber called polypropylene. It ensures that your plants will not get nipped or frosted by the chilly winds that may be blowing outside the jackets.
Is your garden sprawling with weeds? Have slimy slugs been slithering all over your beloved cabbage patch? Are you worried about the heat evaporating the soil’s moisture?
If yes, then you might be looking for a gardening prevention that keeps these hindrances off your lawn. The market is brimming with gardening supplies that can do all this and more. However, the toxic sprays, chemical laden fertilizers, and harmful tactics do no entice you.
Did you know that the UK is home to approximately 44 species of slugs? Did you also know that the slugs have been infesting British gardens since ice age?
If these facts sound interesting to you, then you most definitely aren’t a gardener. Since gardeners and slugs have had a longstanding war for centuries. What started this animosity?
Watering may look easy: a little sprinkle of water each day and you are off.
However, unknown to you, when you have your back to the beds, the water is either seeping in and creating chaos or drying up in the heat.
You cannot undermine the importance of plant roots only because you can’t see them.
Your plant cannot grow and stay healthy if its roots are not nourished adequately. Roots are the most essential part of the plant and play a critical role in the plant development. Serving as a major supplier of water and minerals, you have to take sufficient care of the root system.
What is not to love about the vibrant-looking orchids? Thriving on our planet for over a million years, orchids are one of the oldest flowering plants that are, to date, used to beautify gardens.