Category Archives: Grow your own

Summer is coming….

We’ve been sent two customer photos recently showing some lovely personalised kids crates with strawberry plants & the beginnings of strawberries clearly in evidence.

Grow your Own? We’ve got the Crate for You!

Our personalised crates are perfect for planting all types of vegetables and salad leaves and look great in all types of gardens (not forgetting balconies & windowsills!)

The Perfect Gift for the Barbecue King!

The Personalised Barbecue Crate is cleverly split into two sections, one for holding herbs, the other for barbecue tools

Spring has definitely Sprung!

Sometimes simplicity is the key and we love nothing more than seeing our crates holding beautiful displays of spring flowers.

Announcing the Allotment Kit Crate…

With allotments being a popular option for gardeners nowadays what better way of transporting your equipment, seeds, bulbs and of course your flask and sandwiches to the allotment than one of our large crates with all the trimmings

Seed sowing made simple…

Want to sow some seeds indoors but not sure how to do it? Monty Don from Gardeners World will show you how to sow seeds indoors successfully in this video.

Create their own special strawberry patch!

Our new kid’s strawberry crates are made from our half crates and are just perfect for little green fingers.

Little Persons Garden Tools Set

A great accessory and a perfect accompaniment to our small planting kit crates is this funky, colourful garden tool set. Only £9.95 from our accessories section.

Grown Your Own for the Summer!

If you’re enjoying all the lovely British grown fruit and veg that’s around at the moment, then why not start preparing for next year and grow you own?

Plantabox and James Wong Seeds – a perfect combination…

We’re delighted to be stocking personalised planting kits featuring seeds from TV presenter and author James Wong, the enthusiastic ethnobotanist renowned for thinking outside the box when it comes to edible flowers, fruit and vegetables. In the UK we might not know it yet, but everything from green tea and kiwi fruit, to saffron and […]