I do love a good bit of gardening equipment or gadget and I am reviewing three here that I think have earned their place in my gardening world.
I have been sent the following products to review. I have not paid for these products and I have not been paid to write these reviews. My opinions and words are entirely my own.Hozelock Pure Sprayer. This 7 litre sprayer is specifically designed for use with natural products: so you would use it for compost teas and other home made solutions you might wish to use in your garden. Some of these solutions can be more acidic than other chemical treatments and this sprayer can cope with this. I decided to make some nettle tea to test out mine.Insect-o-cutor Nomad fly killer. Now I admit I did not say yes to this straight away as I am not a great killer of insects. This time of year though I do like to have more windows and doors open than usual particularly in the evening. I find that I get a mosquito or two wander in and I do react rather badly to their bites. After such a bitey episode I decided to say yes to trying this gadget. You do not have to use it indoors in fact the whole point of the Nomad is that you can take it anywhere so it is great for outdoor entertaining and camping too. You charge up the integral battery and you are good to go. It folds down for easy portability and emptying the container of the dead is straightforward too. It does work (sorry flies, I do feel a bit guilty) and if it means a few fewer bites than it is worth it for me. It retails from Robert Dyas for around £34.Spiraclimb metal spiral plant support is one of those garden products that when you look at it you think it does not look like much. It is, however, worthy of the awards it has won. This, as they say, is a little beauty. It is made from glavanised spring steel and can spiral up to 1.2m tall.direct from the manufacturer starting at £10.99 for one, but the multi-boxes make a much better buy: e.g. a box of three is £18.99.