Bob Flowerdew, Kris Collins and Anne Swithinbank...•
Posted on 22 October 2010
Bob Flowerdew, Kris Collins and Anne Swithinbank all use Haxnicks products. They feature in the pages of the magnificent weekly Amateur Gardening magazine.
Kris Collins using our Rootrainers Kris Collins, Gardening Editor of the magazine, says he is always happy to use Haxnicks' products. Therefore he includes them in a number of his own articles (see above). We received an email from Kris earlier this month on the subject of Potato Planters. He had managed to reap 2.5kg of Maris Bard potatoes from one bag. "I was very impressed with my first go and will definitely use them again next year."
Bob Flowerdew and our Large Bell Cloche (left) Bob Flowerdew, also of BBC Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time, is planning on using our large plastic bell cloches to cover his pineapples. "I suspect their shape will be good for keeping them dry in the centres which should prevent winter losses"
Anne Swithinbank with the Giant Aerated Poly Easy Tunnel Amateur Gardening is available from all good newsagents every Tuesday. Back issues available by visiting the web site www.amateurgardening.com or by telephone: 01202 440840. Amateur Gardener Magazine is a monthly magazine. It is written by a panel of experts. Their aim is to help and inspire you to create your perfect garden. Inside it you will find loads of great ideas for plant combinations, new plants try, top tips for growing veg and a unique reader advice service. Lastly, it also often has seed or bulb give-aways to stock up your garden.
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