At Elmwood Nursery...
We're passionate about plants, aiming to provide you with freshness and quality, as well as choice and variety. So, you should hopefully be able find something 'a bit different', whatever the size of your garden, whatever the time of year.
Pre-water seed drills
Sowing in dry weather is a risky business: once germinated, if the seedling dries out it'll quickly dry. If you have to sow in a dry spell, you can avoid this happening by pre-watering. Once you've hollowed out a seed drill, water it before sowing. Then cover the seed with dry soil, which acts as a mulch to prevent the moisture escaping and ensures your seeds remain damp until they germinate whatever the weather outside.