The Simplest Way to Protect Your Plants from Heat

Physical Plant Protection Is Past Its Prime British weather is some of the most changeable in the world. While we don’t have a lot of ‘extreme’ weather, it’s nearly impossible to accurately predict, which can make life very difficult for gardeners. That’s why we have so many physical methods of protecting our plants. Plant blankets…

How To Extend The Life Of Your Hanging Baskets And Other Flowers

September is a funny time for gardeners. A lot of your time will be spent preparing for next season; treating the garden, planting evergreens, trimming conifers. A lot of jobs that won’t let you reap the rewards for another 8-9 months. But don’t worry. The season isn’t quite over yet and we’ve got a product…

Testimonial From A Professional Grower

Around 2 months ago we sent some product samples to  John Soulsby, professional grower and owner of a massive nursery dedicated to growing hanging baskets for the wholesale market. Here’s what he had to say about Envii Chill Out – “We have not had much of a summer so far this year, but about six weeks…

How To Bring Your Plants Back To Life

Sometimes plants don’t work out quite the way you’d hoped. You’ve followed all the rules and kept a constant, watchful eye but for some reason it just won’t grow. Don’t blame yourself; there can be a hundred and one reasons why a plant won’t grow. This is why Envii have come up with a solution…

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…