Blogger Alexandra Campbell has been taking the Baby Bio® Big Boost Challenge. She planted identical plants and fed one with Baby Bio® Outdoor every fortnight through the season and just watered the other. The results were impressive. Click here (http://www.themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk/6-sure-fire-ways-to-harvest-more-grow-your-own-veg-now/) to read her blog on six sure fire ways to grow more veg. But her true 'aha' moment came after she went to Spain for a few days. ..
Middle-sized Garden blogger, Alexandra Campbell has given her veg a Big Boost with Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables. She planted two almost identical Jalapeño chilli plants in pots ... ... then fed the chilli in the painted pot with Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables and just watered the other. Alexandra potted them on to larger pots and kept them side-by-side in a sheltered spot beside the potting shed. There's a clear difference in size: the fed ..
We had a wonderful day at Hopley's Plant Nursery in Much Hadham last weekend, helping the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance launch their Summer of Open Gardens fundraising programme. The Air Ambulance relies on the generosity and goodwill of the people of Essex and Hertfordshire to raise the £500,000 needed every month to keep the medics flying. With no funding from the government or the National Lottery the Air Ambulance charity has to raise all this money itself. In this initi ..
By Alexandra Campbell Pots I've filled this year's pots with Panicum virgatum (switch grass) 'Shenandoah' plus purple surfinias - I like the look of lots of plants crammed into one pot, but I've really discovered that you have to feed them! Runner beans Doing the Big Boost Challenge has made me realise why my runner beans have failed in previous years. I've often been random in how I feed my veg but these pictures have definitely changed my mind for m ..
This week there will be winners galore on our Facebook page! (https://www.facebook.com/BabyBioPlantFood/) Each day for a week we're giving away three bottles of Baby Bio® Outdoor Flowers & Shrubs or Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables. Entering is simple! All you have to do is visit our page and then like and share the relevant post. Boosting your plants with Baby Bio® Outdoor ensures plants reach their full natural potential. After 7 days you ..
By Alexandra Campbell of The Middle-sized Garden The Baby Bio® Big Boost Challenge involves taking two identical plants. I’ve fed one with Baby Bio® Outdoor and not fed the other. I have chosen to focus on vegetables, and have done the challenge with beans, courgettes, tomatoes, mangetout and chillies. Fertilising your plants isn’t difficult – it just means adding a liquid fertiliser such as Baby Bio® Outdoor to your regular watering routine every 14 days. However, do be caref ..
Growing veg in pots I’m doing the Baby Bio® Challenge in various pots. Two pots of courgettes are just two weeks along. Both are looking healthy, but the one fed with Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables is noticeably more vigorous. I’m also ‘challenging’ two Jalapeno chilli plants, because chillies are so great in pots. They start fruiting around July or August and often go on to December. Chillies benefit from being potted on slowly – don’t put them straight from a tiny pot into a ..