What Every Gardener Should Know About Heat Stress

    What is heat stress? Heat stress can be understood as when the temperature of the environment of a plant is high for a period of time sufficient enough to cause irreversible damage to its the life and development. Even the slightest increase in temperature can be detrimental to the growth and progression of…

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…

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…

Protect Your Plants From The Heatwave

We’re in the middle of a heatwave. Hot air is coming up from Africa causing temperature of over 30°C in some parts of the UK. For most people, this is a cause for celebration but for gardeners it means your plants are at risk. If the temperature outside is over 30°C, imagine what the temperature…

Why You Shouldn’t Be Using Greenhouse Shading

Greenhouse shading has been around as long as…well, greenhouses. Whether it’s emulsion paint, cloth or even those fancy roll-able wooden ones, the idea is the same. On a hot day, greenhouse temperatures can soar to well over 30°C and if we don’t keep plants cool by blocking out the sun, they’ll die. Right? It is…

5 Tips To Keep Your Greenhouse Plants Protected

Treat with Envii Chill Out A plant’s natural reaction to excessive heat is to wilt, abort leaves and flowers. Our first suggestion is for you to try treating your plant with Envii “Chill Out”, this reprograms the reaction, redirecting the plant’s growth to its roots, allowing for greater water and nutrient intake. Chill Out also…