I use rootrainers for sweet peas, maincrop beans and peas and for taking all my cuttings.
A totally natural, granular fertiliser, made from concentrated organic manure, rich in humus.
We use these more than any other labels in the garden at Perch Hill. They look good and are very clear and easy to read.
A 4.5m length of wired jute – cut to suitable lengths and use for sweet peas, climbing beans and tomatoes.
My favourite Jiffy 7 pellets in a brilliant peat-free version. I sow lots of my seeds in these brilliant Jiffy 7s.
This pair of pocket-sized pruners are ideal for deadheading, cutting back and flower arranging as they easily cut through wire and flower stems.
These paper-covered wire lengths are brilliant for tying in sweet peas, beans and other climbing plants.
In my favourite deep purple and new turquoise – these are the best, longest lasting watering cans you can buy.
Soak these in water then sow your seeds. Once germinated, remove the netting and plant out. Use the small ones for tomatoes, the large for courgettes and squash.