Create perfect straight lines with this gardeners row maker. They are ideal for vegetable gardens and raised flower beds to get the most out of your gardens planting space. Simply insert one marker into the soil and unwind the string as you place the second marker, into the soil. Each marker is hand turned, with a grove to hold the string in place. Just press the string into the grove to keep it in place.
Each marker measurers approximately 22cm long and comes with 12 foot of natural cotton string. This pack includes Our garden dibber, is hand turned and based on a traditional English design, perfect for any English garden. This is the ideal tool for making holes in the ground so that seeds, seedlings or small bulbs can be planted. No more hunting for pencils or guess work, the dibber has 1inch incremental markings, to help determine required depth on two points. Made of Oak to match the row markers. Comes with a box to plant either herbs, store your gardening bits of put your seeds in.
Also included is a Seed plant Pot making press.
Make an Endless supply of Eco- friendly paper seed starting pots.
Transform scrap paper into useful plant pots. Using newspaper, or junk mail. Paper pots are biodegradable, which can be transferred directly into the ground. Saving time, money and mess. Cut strips of newspaper 2 top line, long enough to wrap round the base, several times.
Once cut, line up to the bottom line and wrap loosely around the press. Making
sure that the paper goes round at least 4 times.
Fold the paper, at the base, of the press. Making sure
there are no gaps. The wooden kit will crimp the paper pot, by just pushing into the moulding base, which you need to rest
on a flat surface.
Carefully slide the paper pot from the press and stand in a
seed tray, ready for use. Rest the pots in trays of damp compost. This ensures
the paper remains moist, allowing the roots to grow through the sides. It only
takes a few seconds and you can make as many pots, as you like, in one go. You
can also use to plant directly into the soil, with no repotting necessary.