Category Archives for Greenhouse Gardening

Year Round Greenhouse Gardening Reminders

Greenhouse Gardening Reminders for January January is the month when there is possibly more space in the greenhouse than at any other time of year and the opportunity should be taken to thoroughly wash down the house, both inside and … Continue reading

10. July 2017 by admin
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The Benefits to Trees in Kew Gardens When London Became a Smokeless Zone

As early as Victorian times, smogs had caused problems at the Royal Botanical Gardens, known as Kew Gardens, in Richmond, Surrey. The glass in the botanical houses was so badly covered with grime from smogs, that the light transmission was … Continue reading

10. July 2017 by admin
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Growing Strawberry Plants in the Greenhouse

If you would like to have greenhouse-grown strawberry fruits ready for picking by the end of April, which is at least a month before outdoor-grown plants will be fruiting, you can do so by following these tips: Select your plants … Continue reading

07. September 2013 by admin
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Leea : Greenhouse Plants

T – tropical, minimum of 18°C (65°F) Family: Vitaceae I do not think that Leea coccinea from Burma is a wildly exciting plant but it has appeared as a ‘regular’ in garden centres in recent years. It is grown basically … Continue reading

21. July 2013 by admin
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How to Grow Basil

Spicy and deliciously aromatic basil will thrive in pot or herb garden and give you fresh green leaves for your Indian and Italian dishes. Really fresh basil leaves are a tasty and fragrant addition to a variety of dishes, and … Continue reading

24. June 2013 by admin
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Greenhouse Cultivation

Routine Keeping a collection of greenhouse plants in a healthy and successful way requires the same sort of attitude as caring for a small zoo of animals. I find it helpful to establish a routine otherwise I can always find … Continue reading

29. May 2013 by admin
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Choosing a Greenhouse: Greenhouse Equipment

  Although involved in all types of gardening, from growing vegetables to planning gardens and from growing alpines to pruning shrubs, I shall always return to greenhouse gardening (glasshouses for the professionals) as one of my favourite areas. I suppose … Continue reading

22. May 2013 by admin
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Growing Crops under Glass

This section is concerned with some of the general principles underlying protected cultivation. With the aid of some form of protective structure it is possible to extend the production season for a number of fruits and vegetables. These structures include … Continue reading

16. April 2013 by admin
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Garden Tools and Equipment

The essential gardening operations can be carried out with a small number of tools such as spade, fork, rake, trowel and Dutch hoe with a draw-hoe for taking out drills and earthing up potatoes. Nevertheless you will undoubtedly accumulate a … Continue reading

15. April 2013 by admin
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Garden Cloches: Glass or Plastic Tunnels

Glass or plastic tunnels placed over crops or other plants to keep out frost and cold winds will speed up growth and extend the growing season. Gardeners discovered long ago that a plant could be forced into early growth by … Continue reading

21. July 2011 by admin
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