VegTrug - See what you can grow
  • THE
    ORIGINAL
    OFTEN IMITATED, NEVER BETTERED
    Medium 1.8m VegTrug
    £159.99 rrp
  • FEEDING
    FERTILE
    MINDS
    EDUCATIONAL TRUGGING
    Small 1m VegTrug
    £109.99 rrp
  • HEALTHY
    EATING FOR
    THE FAMILY
    FROM YOUR 5-A-DAY TO MEDICINAL PLANTS
    Medium 1.8m VegTrug
    £159.99 rrp
  • GROW
    YOUR OWN...
    ANYWHERE
    WHAT SIZE VEGTRUG?
    Mini 0.75m
    VegTrug
    £89.99 rrp
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THE NATURAL MEDICINE CABINET
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VEGTRUG USER
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With any number of planting options available, have a look at user Trug pics.
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Competition time! Its National Children's Gardening Week so were giving away a Kids VegTrug AND Work Bench to a lucky winner! Just LIKE our PAGE and SHARE this POST! Please comment why would you like your child to get into growing??? Competition closes Sunday 5th of June at Midnight. Winner announced on Monday 6th of June. T&C Postage outside mainland UK will incur a charge. Relations of VegTrug employees cannot enter. Winner picked at random.
VegTrugs now stocked online at Quality Greenhouses
Thank you to everyone that entered our competition to win tickets to BBC Gardeners' World Live. The winner is... Sharon Sutton asking, “I try to garden organically using composted garden and kitchen waste as soil conditioner, and pelleted chicken manure as fertiliser, but have a problem with damage to vegetables from slugs and wood pigeons; and have also never been particularly successful with carrots, with only patchy germination of seeds and considerable damage from carrot fly.” We would definitely recommend a VegTrug in this case. Carrot fly can't fly above 2ft so the VegTrug works perfectly. Prevention methods for pigeons is to put a frame with tight netting over any crops, its normally only tender seedlings they go for. With snails and slugs, using a fresh compost in containers will ensure no slugs and using copper tape will prevent any from climbing up! VegTrug and the Skinny Jean Gardeners will answer as many questions as we can over the next week!
....humidy etc. If you are worried please send an email to sales@vegtrug.com with your contact details. Thanks https://t.co/ktSElyxu6J
@zone_player Hi There. With wooden material surface cracks are fairly normal and they will expand and contract depending on moisture content