Welcome to the final instalment for this year in my photographic diary series.
Since late Spring, I’ve been keeping a grow-your-own photographic diary of my allotment, and it’s been such a brilliant project. It’s allowed me to follow my plants’ progress really easily, and given me a reference point for next year’s planning. It’s also been hugely rewarding seeing the growing journey from tiny seedling right through to harvest.
To help my plants thrive and produce bigger crops, I’ve been using Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables.
Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables is tailored to the needs of fruit and vegetable plants, giving you up to 35% more produce compared to using a standard fertiliser. It aims to support healthy, balanced growth, resulting in bigger crops. You can use it on all fruit, vegetables and herbs, so it’s great if you’re not quite sure which feed to use for which plant.
I started using Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables on my grow-your-own crops back in May. You only need to feed the plants every two weeks, and as it’s a liquid feed it’s very easy to add it to your watering can. There’s even a handy measuring cup cap included, so you can get the right amount every time.
In between feeds, you just water your plants as you normally would. I’ve set up a diary reminder to help me feed at the right intervals, which has been a big help during the chaos of school holidays!
In this last update, I’m going to show you each crop, from start to finish – shall we take a look?
Dwarf French Beans
Sweet Pointed Peppers
Wow. How amazing to see a whole season in one place! I’m feeling rather proud of my grow-your-own efforts this year – and also very pleased with the results from using Baby Bio® Outdoor Fruit & Vegetables. It claimed to support healthy, balanced growth and deliver bigger crops, and I can honestly say it has lived up to it’s promises. Now I’m off to deal with the bumper harvests!
I’ve been using the other product in the Baby Bio Outdoor range, Baby Bio® Outdoor Flowers & Shrubs, to take the Big Boost Challenge in my garden this Summer. It’s made a huge difference, and I’ve been enjoying bigger, healthier plants with lots more flowers. You can read more about my challenge here.
Have you been using Baby Bio® Outdoor on your grow-your-own crops this Summer? If you have, I’d love to hear what effect it has had on your plants – and if not, will you be giving it a try now you’ve seen the results?