New Fuchsia Gall Mite Control
Fuchsia gall mite is a microscopic pest that can cause extensive damage affecting the appearance of fuchsias. The pest mites are tiny and cannot be seen with the naked eye, but there
Customer Question – Applying Leatherjacket Killer
Q. “When do I need to apply nematodes , is it just if I see daddy long legs? Or can it wait until spring, Thanks” from Lee via the website.
Customer Question – Fuchsia Gall Mite?
Q. “I wonder if you could help me. I attached two photos, the first from an established bush (30+ years), the other from a new arrival this year. Is this
Protecting Your Garden From Slugs – Some Things you Didn’t Know!
Every gardener knows the havoc an infestation of slugs can have in the garden. Some people may think slugs are horrible slimy things which is understandable. But like so many
Customer Question – Controlling Vine Weevils?
Q. “I have an attack of vine weevil on my bay trees. I have seen grubs and weevils. Please advise the best way and products that I should use at
Positive beginnings made way for a sluggish end.
By Carole Hogarth My allotment is on a parish council-run allotment site in the small village where I live, my husband has the plot next to mine and we spend
Ideal Gifts – NEW LED Illuminated Planters.
Made in the UK, brighten up your home / garden / business with one of these NEW contemporary LED Illuminated Planters. These LED Planters are lightweight (very easy to move),
We want to assure you that the welfare of our customers and staff in these difficult times is our priority. Everyone at Green Gardener is committed to ensuring the highest level of hygiene
My struggles with slugs – By Terry Walton
I am Terry Walton, best known for my gardening tips on Jeremy Vine’s Radio 2 show. I have been sharing my gardening expertise with his listeners for over sixteen years.
Customer Question – Using Biodegradable weedkiller on veg patch?
Q. “Is the safe to use to clear a allotment patch to get it ready to plant vegetables?” from Darren A. Thanks for the message and yes it is safe