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Cutncraft Designs Blog — garden planters

Sustainability is KEY: What do we do with our left over pieces of wood?

Posted by Danielle Dyra on

The words eco-friendly and sustainable get thrown around constantly when describing products and businesses, Do you ever see a brand labelled environmentally friendly and think how? Huge corporations and businesses evidently do not care about sustainability, they care about making money. They dump waste in other countries, burn harmful fuels, breed plastic into the environment but still claim they are green! They market their products and services as eco-friendly and sustainable for more business, not because they care about improving the quality of life and earth’s preservation. The more cautious people are about being sustainable, the more companies will care...

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Maximise your garden planters with bulb layering!

Posted by Danielle Dyra on

Maximise the use of your planters! Have your garden beds exploding with colour and continuous blooms with flower bulb layering. If you want maximum flower power in your containers or raised beds you have to try bulb layering! Layers of bulbs result in waves of colours, as one flower begins to fade more blossom! Have the choice of coordinated blooms, where all the varieties bloom at the same time? Or is sequential blooming better, where one layer comes into flower after another fades away? The choice is entirely up to you!Regardless, your garden will look fantastic with arrays of colours...

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How to start seedlings in old toilet rolls

Posted by Danielle Dyra on

Getting into gardening is not as hard as you may think. Whether you’re just starting out or an avid gardener this tip will be sure to add convenience to your gardening journey.

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Best vegetables to grow in raised garden beds

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Raised Garden beds are an excellent way of growing your own vegetables at home.

One of the biggest advantages of raised garden planters is the ability to have complete control of soil health. The soil also warms up earlier, drains better and allows you to plant earlier in the season.

All these pros allow for crops to flourish! So, if you’re thinking about growing your own vegetables and don’t know where to start, we’re here to help…

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To line, or not to line ?

Posted by Danielle Dyra on

We can all agree that raised garden planters are game changers. They allow complete control of soil health, provide better drainage and not to forget save our knees and backs!

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