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Mangetout, Mangetout

Duncan set out to grow Mangetout in his raised planter – and what a result. He first planted his Oregon Sugar pods in his greenhouse in March and then transferred them to the raised garden in May, covering them in topsoil. By mid-June they were ready for picking and tasted fantastic!

Duncan also improvised creating his own growing frame using the holes at the end of the raised planter to give the Mangetout something to climb up…and how they responded!

First Early Potatoes

A fine crop of Pentland Javelins was grown by Duncan in his second raised garden. Living in Ireland he planted them traditionally on St Patrick’s Day and watched them as they grew and grew….and grew!

By mid-June he was enjoying a fantastic crop of home-grown potatoes.

Herb Garden at the back door

Morag wanted to create a Herb Garden at her back door in Edinburgh so used her raised planter to do just that. Planting Sage, Red-veined Sorrel, Chives, Garlic Chives, Rosemary, Flat-leaf Parsley, Broad-leaf Thyme and ordinary Thyme she created a fantastic feeding station to support her passion for cooking.

“I am delighted with my garden4me raised planter. I now have a convenient herb garden right at my back door. The planter is easy to use and the self-watering system is brilliant. What a great product”.

Amazing Herbs

Despite having a large garden Vivien was unable to grow herbs due to the poor soil conditions. The garden4me raised planter proved the perfect solution and within just a few short weeks her herb garden had sprung to life in spectacular fashion.

Planting it using small plants from the garden centre rather than growing from seed, she planted Sage, Marjoram, Bay, Rosemary and Thyme, and now the garden provides all the herbs she needs for her cooking – and for all the neighbours too who are regular visitors for supplies when they are starting to cook.

An amazing Sensory Garden

Having seen Garden4me’s Japanese inspired garden at the RHS Chatsworth Show, Pam dedicated herself to creating her own Sensory Garden.

“I wanted to create something which was tactile and fragrant so I spent some time researching the plants that would give me exactly what I wanted, and I am delighted with the results. My garden4me raised planter is sat on my Patio in full view from the lounge or when I am in the garden, and I love it”.

“I planted Chamomile, Lemon Verbena, Sedum, Sedora, Thymus Goldstream, Carex Everest, Stachys – Lamb’s Ear, Coreopsis – Flying Saucers, Scabiosa – Kudo, Garvinea and Lavender – Hidcote, put in some nice decorative features to finish the garden off and the results are brilliant”

Bee Gardens for the team at Poplar

The community team at London Housing Association Poplar Harca wanted to plant bee friendly plants in their raised gardens and combined it with a community learning day for children and their parents.

Ana-Mae who co-ordinated the event said, “The colourful yellow planters are a valuable addition to the existing wooden grow beds in the Teviot Centre Community Garden”.

They have been really attractive to the young children who participated in our Easter event who were very pleased to have been able to plant flowers for the bees such as lavender and Geraniums.

They have asked the community gardeners to please look after them so the bees won’t starve”.

Overall the bee garden included Geraniums, Violas, Cuphea hyssopifolia, Gardenea Jasmina, and Ceanothurs Thynsiflorus.

Just what the doctor ordered – salad everyday

Dr Pat in Ireland is loving his garden4me raised planter. “We find it very convenient so close to the back door, so the lettuce and rocket are just a little bit more likely to be used by those who generally rather go only to the fridge for their salad”.

“Much more convenient for the parsley too, which also seems to stay much healthier longer than in a kitchen window box. We ate most of the spinach before it ever matured”.

“We’re getting very spoiled by this ‘no-bending-down’ garden. It suits our busy lives. Now it’s time to pop the next lot of lettuce and rocket seedlings into the planter from the greenhouse. The size of this garden4me raised planter is perfect for the rota of salads as you can see, for a household of four people”.

Duncan set out to grow Mangetout in his raised planter – and what a result. He first planted his Oregon Sugar pods in his greenhouse in March and then transferred them to the raised garden in May, covering them in topsoil. By mid-June they were ready for picking and tasted fantastic!

Duncan also improvised creating his own growing frame using the holes at the end of the raised planter to give the Mangetout something to climb up…and how they responded!

, 13 July 2017 Purchase

A fine crop of Pentland Javelins was grown by Duncan in his second raised garden. Living in Ireland he planted them traditionally on St Patrick’s Day and watched them as they grew and grew….and grew!

By mid-June he was enjoying a fantastic crop of home-grown potatoes.

, 13 July 2017 Purchase

Morag wanted to create a Herb Garden at her back door in Edinburgh so used her raised planter to do just that. Planting Sage, Red-veined Sorrel, Chives, Garlic Chives, Rosemary, Flat-leaf Parsley, Broad-leaf Thyme and ordinary Thyme she created a fantastic feeding station to support her passion for cooking.

“I am delighted with my garden4me raised planter. I now have a convenient herb garden right at my back door. The planter is easy to use and the self-watering system is brilliant. What a great product”.

, 13 July 2017 Purchase

Despite having a large garden Vivien was unable to grow herbs due to the poor soil conditions. The garden4me raised planter proved the perfect solution and within just a few short weeks her herb garden had sprung to life in spectacular fashion.

Planting it using small plants from the garden centre rather than growing from seed, she planted Sage, Marjoram, Bay, Rosemary and Thyme, and now the garden provides all the herbs she needs for her cooking – and for all the neighbours too who are regular visitors for supplies when they are starting to cook.

, 13 July 2017 Purchase

Having seen Garden4me’s Japanese inspired garden at the RHS Chatsworth Show, Pam dedicated herself to creating her own Sensory Garden.

“I wanted to create something which was tactile and fragrant so I spent some time researching the plants that would give me exactly what I wanted, and I am delighted with the results. My garden4me raised planter is sat on my Patio in full view from the lounge or when I am in the garden, and I love it”.

“I planted Chamomile, Lemon Verbena, Sedum, Sedora, Thymus Goldstream, Carex Everest, Stachys – Lamb’s Ear, Coreopsis – Flying Saucers, Scabiosa – Kudo, Garvinea and Lavender – Hidcote, put in some nice decorative features to finish the garden off and the results are brilliant”

, 13 July 2017 Purchase

The community team at London Housing Association Poplar Harca wanted to plant bee friendly plants in their raised gardens and combined it with a community learning day for children and their parents.

Ana-Mae who co-ordinated the event said, “The colourful yellow planters are a valuable addition to the existing wooden grow beds in the Teviot Centre Community Garden”.

They have been really attractive to the young children who participated in our Easter event who were very pleased to have been able to plant flowers for the bees such as lavender and Geraniums.

They have asked the community gardeners to please look after them so the bees won’t starve”.

Overall the bee garden included Geraniums, Violas, Cuphea hyssopifolia, Gardenea Jasmina, and Ceanothurs Thynsiflorus.

, 13 July 2017 Purchase

Dr Pat in Ireland is loving his garden4me raised planter. “We find it very convenient so close to the back door, so the lettuce and rocket are just a little bit more likely to be used by those who generally rather go only to the fridge for their salad”.

“Much more convenient for the parsley too, which also seems to stay much healthier longer than in a kitchen window box. We ate most of the spinach before it ever matured”.

“We’re getting very spoiled by this ‘no-bending-down’ garden. It suits our busy lives. Now it’s time to pop the next lot of lettuce and rocket seedlings into the planter from the greenhouse. The size of this garden4me raised planter is perfect for the rota of salads as you can see, for a household of four people”.

, 13 July 2017 Purchase
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