We’ve been featured in Garden News

  Early Starter has been featured in Terry Walton’s Garden News series, ‘Tales from the Allotment’. Terry Walton claims that we’re the trick he’s got up his sleeve to beat the chilly weather conditions! “With February running out of days, work on my hillside allotments has again been brought to an abrupt halt. Last week…

Feed & Protect – BBC Radio 2’s Terry Walton Endorsement

You might remember back in March, Terry Walton (BBC Radio 2’s Allotment/Gardening Expert) gave Early Starter a great endorsement. Well since then he’s been trying out some of our other amazing gardening probiotics. Here’s what he had to say about Feed & Protect, our two-in-one plant food and slug repellent.   ” I am well-known for…

Customer Stories – Ian Stewart

We recently sent some Envii Foundation to competition grower, Ian Stewart. Here’s what he had to say about his experience with it: “I remember as a young boy in the Sixties, watching my father tend the plants in the Colliery Manager’s greenhouse and I asked him, “What makes a good gardener?” He replied, “A plant is…

Pond Klear – 10 Day Test in Fish Pond

Over the last two weeks or so, we’ve been testing Pond Klear in a real-life situation. A customer bought a bottle of Pond Klear Xtra and approached us for some advice and after hearing how green his pond was we saw a great opportunity to show what our product is capable of. This is the…

The Tomato Test 2

Time for an update. This post is the second in our testing of Envii Foundation on tomato plants. As you’ll recall, in the first test we basically established how the test was going to work – 3 different tomato plants with foundation and 3 different tomato plants without. Remember the plants with the foundation were…

The Tomato Test

There’s nothing like a home grown tomato, they are sweeter, plumper and tastier than their shop-bought equivalents. However, as any gardener will tell you, they can often be a struggle to grow. No matter how much you nurture them, follow endless advice or watch over them in a desperate hope, sometimes they just won’t work. Fortunately, we’ve got…