Because of the time of year, supermarkets are stocking a whole host of different house plants to brighten up your space. If you don’t have seeds, you can gain a lot of extra life out of your supermarket herbs by planting them up—you know the ones you get in pots? Take them out of their pot, split the root ball up into halves or even quarters and pot them on in a wider space of soil. Often there are too many shoots in one of those basil pots, which is why they often die.
Upturned crates can be stacked to fashion shelving for displaying plants or simply storing pots and accessories – even garden shoes. We’ve picked this tip up via Love Your Garden’s celebrity gardener David Domoney. On his Instagram David writes, ‘Use wine corks, instead of buying pot feet for containers. By elevating your pot you’re creating a … Read More