Digging your garden Cultivating the soil by digging is fundamental to good gardening. Learn the difference between single and double digging and when the no dig method works. On this page When to dig How to dig Page options Print this page When to dig Digging the soil is essential for good plant growth. If … Continue reading →
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Well we are in to a new year and it doesn’t feel 5 minutes since it was the start of 2014! We have had a very successful 2014 and have a lot exciting new projects on the horizon for 2015, as well as a planned new website for the spring where we will be able … Continue reading →
From this winter we are stocking a full range of log baskets woven from willow and lined with hesion. After Christmas we are extending the range to flower trugs, clothes baskets and willow hampers.Keep an eye out for this range it is great quality and the prices are great to match.
This is one of my favorite pictures for Halloween Its been so warm of late but look out next week we are in for a bit of a cold shock!
I would like to thank all who supported our day in court yesterday when a former employee made a false personel injury claim against the company four years ago and with the help of a good insurance company, solicertors, a very good barrister and very loyal ex staff it was concluded that is was in fact a … Continue reading →
It has been the driest September on record which is a very good reason to make sure you have plenty of organic matter in your vegetable beds, as it not only feeds the plants but helps to store moisture within the soils. Our compost and manure is blended to make a product which is easier … Continue reading →
So spring is here and the sun has started to re-appear. Its time to get out and about and start all those jobs we’ve been putting off because it too cold! Our organic compost is perfect for revitalising your beds or giving your vegetable patch a head start. 100% peat free. We have sold this … Continue reading →
Christmas truly is a celebration of British farming – a showcase of seasonal vegetables, the best British meat and locally grown Christmas trees and plants. Top tips for treating your tree With a little love and care, you can keep your British Christmas tree in tip top condition during the festive period: If it’s not … Continue reading →
Here at Woodfields we enjoy working hard and playing hard, but let’s be honest at the end of a hard day is there anything better than lighting the fire and cuddling up with those that we love (or just those we like a lot!!!) In our opinion an artificial fire cannot hold a candle (sorry … Continue reading →
Much like a living room is for public entertaining and a bedroom is your quiet and private domain, your front garden and back garden will often serve different purposes of outdoor landscaping. The front of your house is more public. You want passers-by to stop, roll down their windows, and say to themselves, “That’s the … Continue reading →