Derby, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/19/2016 -- There has recently been a new blog posted on the internet which stated that gardeners are able to keep some vegetables in the ground over winter to ensure an early harvest in 2017. The blog listed eight vegetables you're able to keep in the ground and explained why. Some of these vegetables included: onions, spinach, peas and garlic.
Many gardeners dread the winter period, not being able to grow their plants is a nightmare for them, that is why hydroponics has become increasingly popular in the recent market. With this way of gardening people are able to grow all year round, without dreading the winter months. Whether it is vegetables, herbs, fruit or flowers – there will be no shortage at any time of the year. Not just this but hydroponics uses less water meaning that people save money on their water bills and also when using this method plants often grow faster and stronger.
A spokesperson from Tropicanna Horticulture was keen to comment saying, "Once we heard about this blog we thought that we would get a lot of enquires about hydroponics and we were right. Surplus amounts of people have been intrigued in hydroponics and sales have been boosted massively, it's great to find out that more people are realising how beneficial hydroponics is, being able to grow all year round is a dream for all keen gardeners, and with hydroponics you can. Here at Tropicanna Horticulture we provide our customers with high quality equipment at affordable prices, for more information don't hesitate to give us a ring, we're more than happy to help our customers."
About Tropicanna Horticulture
Tropicanna Horticulture is the UK's fastest growing online retailer, supplying a variety of hydroponic equipment, for example grow tent kits, lights and nutrients. Tropicanna Horticulture provide their customers with high quality equipment at affordable prices.
To find out more information visit their website: www.tropicannahorticulture.com/grow-tents-tent-pack
Company name: Tropicanna Horticulture Ltd
Contact name: Mike Stimpson
Tel: 01332 348787
Address: Unit 1A, Upperdale Yard Colombo Street Derby DE23 8LW