Spring Gardening with Haxnicks
The moment that the days become longer and we get the first glimpses of new growth we are all encouraged to start preparing our gardens for Spring. For those of you with small gardens or no gardens we have so many ways to grow that you need not miss out on the joys of an early Spring vegetable garden. From growing in bags to pop-up greenhouses there is something here for all gardeners. We have a huge range of propagation and plant protection products that will help you get growing this Spring. We also have lots of Spring planting tips and advice here on our website…so dig in!.
Watch our Spring Videos
We've put together a collection of Videos from our Spring Gardening archives that demonstrate the great things our gardening products can do.
A-Z Grow Your Own Advice
- Beans - Climbing
- Beans - Dwarf
- Broad Beans
- Brussels Sprouts
- Chilli Peppers
- Courgettes / Zucchinis
- Onions (seeds)
- Onions (sets)
- Peas (and mangetout)
- Sweet Corn
- Zuchinnis / Courgettes
"I've used Haxnicks products for years - they're designed to do a brilliant job AND look good. Just what's needed!"
- Pippa Greenwood (Horticulturist, grow-your-own TV and radio expert, garden writer)
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The News by Haxnicks
Growing on a balcony, a roof top and more!
13th June, 2017
Over the years, all sorts of gardeners have been kind enough to share their pictures of creative growing in unusual places….
Keeping Out the Easter Bunny and all his friends!
11th April, 2017
Growing veg in pots and planters means that juicy crops may be harder to reach for the rabbits, but those of you with a ground level vegetable patch have a harder task.
The Potty Gardener on strawberries without slugs
29th March, 2017
I don’t have a lot in common with slugs and snails, but if I was looking for common ground then I might choose our shared love of strawberries. Those sweet, red, juicy berries are simply irresistible to me, so I don’t blame the marauding molluscs for wanting a munch too. However, I would rather not share my strawberries with anyone, let alone slugs and snails. One simple solution is to grow them in containers, raising the plants and their fruits above the path of destruction. Read more...