- Self watering container with extra large 12 litre water storage.
- Extend the support frame as your plants grow to 1.4 metres.
- Suitable for all vegetable types.
Directions for use
Directions for assembly:
- Remove the black insert from the base of the container.
- Take out the three folded trellis sections, six risers and two side supports.
- Re-fit the black insert into the trough taking care to align the holes in the side of the container with the raised insert.
- Select which side of the container you want the trellis fitted.
- Insert three risers and the first trellis section.
- For stability snap fit the side supports to each end, then fit into the keyhole shaped cut-outs on the top side of the trough ends.
Directions for planting:
- Water plants thoroughly before potting and allow to drain.
- Half fill your container with Tui Vegetable Mix.
- Gently take the plant from the current container, loosen the root ball and remove any loose or dead plant material and roots.
- Position the plant in the container and fill with Tui Vegetable Mix up to 3cm from the top.
- Gently firm mix around the base of the plant. The mix should be at the same level on the plant as it was in the previous container.
- Water your plants well and continue to water regularly, topping up the water reservoir as required.
Note: the packaging states there are nine risers, however there are only six.
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Use in your garden beds, pots and containers, and you'll be harvesting a bumper crop of homegrown veges in no time. Follow our 3 step Vegetable Growing Guide >
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This includes ways to grow plants for free from cuttings, growing from seed, saving seeds and swapping plants with your neighbours!
We know that people can’t go out and buy plants and garden products at present, so we've put together our top five things you can do to keep your garden healthy and ticking over at this time. Including creating your own compost, saving seeds so you have free plants, weeding, mulching and pruning fruit trees.
Over the growing season it's a good idea to care for your existing plants to keep them happy and healthy. This will ensure they keep rewarding you with fresh homegrown food.
Follow our handy guide below and learn how to enjoy your crops for longer!
To help with your time at home we've created a set of garden activities to do with the kids! From flower bracelets and nature stamping to magic potions and a garden treasure hunt, we've got an activity for your children to enjoy.
Check our our activity suggestions below and share your own boredom buster ideas in the comments.