What to plant in your EasyBeds this January

Get growing with your new Easybeds! Here is a guide on what you can plant in your Easybeds this January; Garlic – Garlic is vulnerable to being smothered by weeds, so make sure that you pluck these unwanted plants out regularly.  Rhubarb – For an early crop, Forced rhubarb from January to March. Apples – […]

Get growing with your new Easybeds!

Here is the perfect place to find inspiration for what to grow in your garden this time of year. 

Soil needs no rest! So you’ll never need to rest! Soil is a living organism which increases in health the more it is active. Soil contains sufficient nutrients for successful plant growth but sometimes they may be unavailable to roots because there is not enough life present, which can mobilise them. Having lots of plant roots in the soil is one way to keep it well-structured and lively, with nutrients available. 

Here is a guide on what you can plant in your Easybeds this January;

Garlic – Garlic is vulnerable to being smothered by weeds, so make sure that you pluck these unwanted plants out regularly. 

Rhubarb – For an early crop, Forced rhubarb from January to March.

Apples – Fruitlets should begin swelling in May. Keep well-watered and scatter a balanced fertiliser at the base of the plant. 

Blackcurrants – Water new plants well during dry weather, keeping the ground weed free by hand to avoid damaging the roots.

Blueberries – New plants will need to be watered generously 1 to 2 times a week during dry weather periods. 

Plums & gages – Young trees are best pruned in spring use secateurs to cut just above and sleeping away from buds. 

Raspberries – Ensure raspberries are well watered. Mulch with manure around base of the plant.  Redcurrants & whitecurrants – damage by Gooseberry sawfly can begin in mid-late spring. carefully inspect plants and remove larvae by hand.

EasyBed is a perfect structure for you to continuously use without it deteriorating or rotting. Having a roll-top edge for safety and additional strength. You can plant away to your heart’s content!