Agriframes News

  • An Essential Guide to Pruning this January

    When to prune, what to prune, where to prune – it can feel like a bit of a minefield at first, but once you have mastered a few basics then it’s one of the best ways to get the most out of you plants.
  • Sowing Sweet Peas

    Sweet Peas are a garden classic producing beautiful blooms with a gorgeous scent throughout the summer. You can train them onto an Obelisk or plant support to create a really impressive column of fragrant, summer colour, and they make excellent cut flowers – in fact the more you cut, the more they flower!
  • Winter Warming Harvest

    If like us you’ve enjoyed a bumper crop of chillies this year, then now is the time to dry and store them before there is a risk of damage from cold weather. If you’ve never grown chillies then it’s well worth considering adding them to your list for next season – Vigoroot planters are ideal to encourage healthy compact plants and a Sunbubble would be a great alternative to a greenhouse if you need a little extra growing space under cover.
  • Growing Soft Fruits in Small Spaces this Summer

    There are few more luxurious or cost saving crops to grow than soft fruit - eaten straight after picking, or even straight from the bush, there is a texture and freshness you simply don’t find in shop bought fruit.
  • The Show is Open!

    As the weather at Chatsworth improves, the fabulous planting across the whole show has come in to it’s own on the first public day. On the Agriframes Garden spectacular gravity defying delphiniums have certainly attracted much attention and admiration, but as well as drama gardens need texture, structure and movement in their planting schemes.
  • The Garden is Revealed - Chatsworth Preview Day

    As all gardeners know, the English weather is one thing that we have to learn to celebrate and work with, no matter what the challenges! Show gardens are no different and Preview Day at the Chatsworth Flower Show dawned more like November than June, but in spite of wind and rain there were some stunning displays and gardens on show.
  • The Show is edging closer...

    Show gardens take an awful lot of work behind the scenes. You know that every choice you make is going to be scrutinised by the judges and to a certain extent the public. The hard landscaping materials – things like gravel and stone – need to work in harmony and do the job as well as looking fantastic
  • The RHS Chatsworth Build Up

    Having had the hottest Chelsea week for many years all Agriframes eyes have now turned, again, to the weather – this time for the crucial ‘build up’ at RHS Chatsworth. It’s a new show, so full of unknowns for everyone and also the first time that Agriframes have sponsored a Show Garden which has meant working in collaboration with our designers, Sanctum, and also many other suppliers, contractors and invaluable supporters.
  • 4 Star Award at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

    Agriframes have had a wonderful start to the week at The RHS Chelsea Flower Show - after torrential rain during the build up, the sun shone from dawn till dusk during Press Day which bought the gardens to life and showed off the glorious planting and wide range of products displayed on our stand perfectly.
  • Looking forward...

    The Easter weekend often marks a turning point in the gardeners’ year – the point at which action takes over from planning and longed for transformations in the garden really begin to take shape.

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