Archive for 13/02/2014

How to Build a Propagation Bench

How to build a propagation bench

Instructions on how to create your own solar – heated bench for propagating seeds and cuttings and looking after seedlings.

Old School Gardener

rhubarb-growing-l_A2Rhubarb Ted

‘I knew a funny little man

His name was Rhubarb Ted;

They called him that because he wore

Rhubarb on his head.

I’d grown so used to this strange sight,

The cause I did not seek;

But then one day to my surprise,

I saw he wore a leek.

I asked him if he’d please explain,

And let me know the reason;

He said, ‘I’m wearing leek because

Rhubarb’s out of season!’

Ann O’Connor

Architecture, Design & Innovation

Mobilane, the leading supplier of living wall systems and green screens has launched an irrigation-free living wall which is an upgraded version of its popular Live Panel that requires minimal maintenance.


Live Panel 2 is suitable to cover large external walls or interior spaces and is based on exactly the same principle as Live Picture – a product it launched in 2013, which is a framed arrangement of plants designed for small indoor spaces.   The Live Panel 2 system uses a tank watering system which is refilled usually no more than once per week, depending on the size of the wall.  It is much quicker to install and costs less to maintain making Live Panel 2 being one of the most cost effective living walls on the market.

“Interest in our irrigation free wall has already begun” said Sean Farrell Director of Mobilane “The fact that we have a…

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