Gardening is such a joy. Even more so when it’s plastic free
Don’t have a garden? Nothing to stop you from growing some herbs even a few lettuces on your window sill. Don’t have a window sill? We have found some seed grenades for that derelict bit of land by the canal that has been bugging you for ages.
So no more excuses – come and hang out in our virtual potting shed for a while.
Gardening is such a joy. Even more so when it's plastic free Don't have a garden? Nothing to stop you ...Read More
Flower Grenades throw a seed bomb for an explosion of flowers in derelict places Take action in the green revolution ...Read More
This one means planning ahead and the packaging may not be plastic free - you will have to check with ...Read More
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Want to make your own plastic-free compost for growing seeds in? Using only this years fallen leaves? OK its not ...Read More
For the plastic free pooch in your life, a biodegradable plastic food bowl! "Eco-friendly and functional, Becothings are tough and ...Read More
This is something I really hate …. plastic bags of dog @*%! hanging from the bushes. But then plastic bags ...Read More
The cutters of I use are from Joseph Bently I bought this set from TK Max– steel and wood tools ...Read More
Feeding the birds can be a plasticky business but not for us happy Huddersfield folk. Up at Earnshaws saw mill, ...Read More
Take a look at this beauty - my galvanised watering can with removable brass rose. Looks good and lasts forever ...Read More
Busy digging over the garden and planting up next years crop in the allotment and I find myself: Turning over ...Read More
Flimsy plastic seedling trays are an abomination. A couple of uses and the are fit for the bin. What a ...Read More
Took this form a very interesting article here. I will be looking into them more closely in the future Low-‘e’ ...Read More
One of the real joys of buying #plasticfree is sourcing the stuff in local shops. The excitement when you see milk in glass bottle in the newsagents is beyond words.
However sometime you have to buy on line. Most of the products featured have an online option to buy. Though we try to link with business we know we cannot always do this. Then we try to find a similar product on Amazon.
Amazon is a very dirty word at the moment and I thought long and hard before suggesting them. Heres why I went ahead….. No we are not entirely happy with Amazons recent history. However, we have always found their service to be good and their packaging usually compostable.
If you buy a product via this link we do get an affiliation fee for this. This is not why we do it.
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