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Begonias: outdoors / RHS Gardening


When the leaves are showing, pot into individual 10-12.5cm (4-5in) pots of John Innes No 2 compost or multipurpose compost, including peat-free ones
News story -The Cloudy Bay Garden in Association with Vital Earth / RHS Gardening


Vital Earth, Bord na Móna UK?s popular peat-free growing media and soil improver brand, co-sponsored the garden as well as supplying growing and landscaping materials
Passion flower / RHS Gardening


When planting in a container, use either John Innes No 3 potting compost, or good quality peat-free compost
Read RHS blog about plant scientific research & science projects / RHS Gardening


Head of Horticultural & Environmental Science - Dr Paul Alexander - travelled to Portland, Oregon in August to present his paper ?Water management in peat-reduced and peat-free growing media: the effects of different frequency and volume on pelargonium? at the ? International Symposium on Growing Media, Soilless Cultivation, and Compost Utilization in Horticulture...
Strawberries / RHS Gardening


Peat-free multipurpose compost is a good choice
Hanging baskets / RHS Gardening


A good quality, peat-free multipurpose is fine for a display that only has to last for one year
Soil types / RHS Gardening


Free entry to RHS members at selected times...Peat soils are very high in organic matter and moisture...Peat soils are mainly organic matter and are usually very fertile and hold much moisture
Read about our latest projects with the RHS Science Blog / RHS Gardening


These peat-free or peat-reduced compost products can often look and feel very different to traditional peat based mixes but perhaps the real question is what affects are these changes having on the plants you grow
Gardens look at the challenge of a changing climate / RHS Gardening


To lessen their impact on the environment a number of growers and nurseries exhibiting this year have made positive changes by, for example, going peat free, growing in bio-degradable pots, switching from chemical to biological pest controls and harvesting rainwater for irrigation
Seven steps to a greener garden / RHS Gardening


Two great ways to minimise your gardening carbon footprint are to grow from seed as much as you can, and use peat-free compost...Ask suppliers whether their plants are grown in peat-free compost

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