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Salad anyone?

Written by Sarah Talbot


Posted on 4 May 2018

We have returned back to a very grey and rainy England with not much hope for our little shoots after slight neglect for a week. However, we were greeted with huge shoots bursting to get out of their Rootrainers! Seems like time to get the husband out building the Haxnicks Raised Bed with it’s very handy Raised Bed Polythene Cover to keep those courgettes, cucumbers and tomatoes growing upwards and outwards into something edible for my plate.
Haxnicks Raised Bed with polythene cover on and plants insideI have plants now in my Raised Bed
Most of all, the joy of this Raised Bed is that you construct and locate it wherever you wish, so for convenience it is sitting right outside our kitchen garden door. As much as I love my garden who wants to traipse to the end of it to pick their veggies! We have added a variety of herbs too - why not! Haxnicks Raised Bed with polythene cover off and salad plants showing Pull back the polythene cover for easiy watering and as you can see we have a little bed of very healthy young plants which we hope to harvest sometime in July. We will be back in July with an update!
Haxnicks Raised Bed with polythene cover off and slightly larger salad plants inside Really growing now - here comes summer!



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