February Blog

February Blog

Ellen Mary reveals what you should be doing in your greenhouse this February.

February Blog

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It wouldn’t be a UK Winter without some snow chaos would it? Many of you would have seen a flurry or indeed much more but if you have a Rhino Greenhouse you can sit back and enjoy the snow from the warmth of your home assured your plants will be safe inside.

If you are concerned about very low temperatures you could add extra protection to pots with horticultural fleece or bubble wrap. Check out Hawkwell Herbs on Instagram where you can see photos of herbs being wrapped in the greenhouse

We always recommend waiting a little longer in the year before sowing too many seeds. But if you do want to get going try microgreens, which are easy to grow and full of nutrition and if you just want to escape to the greenhouse, its prime time to sow fragrant Sweet Peas, so there is always a reason to enjoy being in a Rhino!

Do you have plans for your garden in 2019? We’d love to hear about them via our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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