Comfrey leaves have exceptional properties and can nourish other plants in a wonderfully organic way. Making a comfrey feed is very easy and it only takes a few minutes of your time to create a natural and nutritious plant feed that can be used regularly.
September is definitely a time for fresh starts, probably a throw-back to our time at school when September meant a new school year.
Spring and summer may be the busiest times of the year for gardeners, but just because autumn is on the horizon doesn’t mean to say your garden should stand still. There are ample jobs that need doing at this time of year, to ensure gardens remain protected and in tip-top condition during the colder months.
Greenhouses are a must-have for any semi-serious or serious gardener, as they enable all-year-round growing and propagating and the option to grow more exotic plants, fruit and vegetables. You can insulate them and install heating, which will enable you to grow tender crops that would not survive a British winter, or even summer!
If you have been gardening for a while, you will know that plants have a limited growing season. You will most likely have wished that you could extend that period. Of course, this is possible if you plant your plants in a greenhouse. It gives you an opportunity to grow plants that would not normally thrive in your climate, and it can extend the fruit production and plant growth.