Posted On: 04/11/2013
Soil cultivation is important as better soil will improve the quality of anything planted in it. Autumn is an ideal time to turn over the soil, as the ground will still be dry and easier to work with. The Soil Miller (DAS) helps to crumble the soil into fine tilth and mixes peat, manure and fertiliser into the soil. Cultivating the soil in this way is vital for plant growth, and good preparation will mean more success in the spring time. By cultivating the soil the ...
Posted On: 21/10/2013
Autumn is the season to plant any fruit trees in preparation for spring, and time to gather up all the fallen fruit from the ground for a final clear up before winter sets in. The Anvil Tree Lopper (RCM) allows you to prune branches easily, so that your trees are ready for winter. It has a 4:1 pulley system which means there is less effort in lopping branches. It is also important to keep your trees well watered at this time of the year, as too little water will on...
Posted On: 14/10/2013
To maintain a thriving allotment, as well as having well prepared ground if you are starting from scratch, there a few essential tool heads that you may need for your allotment to truly flourish: ·         BEM Cultivator (£17.99) – lance shaped prongs break up medium soils for good nutrient distribution     ·         DRM30 Soil Rake (£15.99) – s...
Posted On: 08/10/2013
A big thank-you to everyone who came down to our Stand at Grand Designs Live at the NEC in Birmingham this weekend! We had a great demo area where visitors to the show where able to try out our range of products It was a very busy and exciting show. We hope you all had a lovely time!   ...
Posted On: 07/10/2013
Now the leaves are falling from the trees and the days are getting shorter, it is an ideal time for an autumn clear up. The Springtine Rake is great for clearing away the leaves and has specially designed tines which won’t dig into the grass, and will leave your lawn looking neat and tidy. Raking your grass allows your lawn to get the light and air that it needs to flourish. The dead leaves can be turned into compost which can be used to nurture your plants.   Aut...
Posted On: 02/10/2013
We are excited for Grand Designs Live 2013 starting Friday 4th October up until Sunday 6th October at the NEC in Birmingham. Come down to our stand G7 from Friday where you will be able to see how our multi-change range works.   We will also have some great deals for you! See you on Friday for a fabulous day out! ...
Posted On: 02/10/2013
The Adjustable Fruit Picker is a fantastic tool which everyone can use, as it is lightweight and easy to use. One of our customers is 84 and has a few heart problems, but finds the Adjustable Fruit Picker simple and comfortable to use, even when reaching fruit at a significant height. It is easy to handle, and has a built-in knife for stubborn stalks. The strong collection bag gathers the fruit with only a gentle pull.  The multi-change Telescopic Han...
Posted On: 19/09/2013
This Summer we invited all youth groups to enter our competition to win a shed of tools to help them enjoy their garden or allotment areas. We had lots of interest and really want ot thank all our fantastic entries to the competition, we are delighted to see so much enthusiasm for gardening. Now our winners have been selected  - drawn from a hat in the traditional way!     We look forward to keeping in touch and watching your gardens grow! ...
Posted On: 11/09/2013
We are very excited to have been nominated under the Most Durable Brand of Tools category for the Grow Your Own Awards 2013! We would love a chance to win, so please get voting here: www.growfruitandveg.co.uk/awards The Grow Your Own Awards reflect the public’s opinions of what you think is the best of the best, so if you think WOLF-Garten is the best Most Durable Brand of Tools then cast your vote!     Voting closes on the 29th November 2013! ...
Posted On: 09/09/2013
The WOLF-Garten Adjustable Fruit Picker has made the Telegraph’s useful kit of the month list, encouraging gardeners to harvest fruit whilst the fruit is still dry and the frost has not yet come upon us. We would like to point out that whilst the Telescopic Handle is the perfect partner for the Fruit Picker tool head, it is slightly more expensive than the Telegraph suggests and prices start from £35.99, which includes the 10 Year Warranty. We do offer various other handles f...
Posted On: 27/08/2013
As summer draws to close and with it growth slows down, September presents itself as an opportune time for pruning. Pruning helps to keep your plants healthy and flowering well. Certain plants such as Roses need that extra bit of care and attention to flourish, something which the Weekend Gardener can guide you on. As well as keeping your plants healthy, pruning also helps you shape your plants into wondrous shapes, best explained by The Enduring Gardener, the Belgian Fence bein...
Posted On: 08/07/2013
It’s ice-cream weather this week and Wolf-Garten is spending it at Hampton Court Flower Show. Come and visit us at Stand G64, we’re looking forward to seeing you!   9 - 14 July 2013 Our stand is opposite the Scarecrow Competition!                                       &n...