“Since those early days I’ve had my fair share of vegetable growing success (potatoes, cauliflowers, parsnips, runner beans) mixed in with some epic failures…mostly due to the activities of the monster sized snails and slugs who inhabit my plot and feast on my seedlings!” Tyler added.
Who else would we ask next to give Green Tones planters a test of their own?
“The first thing that struck me about the pots was the vibrant colours, which I love. Life is far too short to be dull,” insists Tyler.
But will they be able to last the distance? It seems so:
“They feel nice and firm, so will stand up to a bit of rough handling by my mini-allotment fight clubbers”
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The allotment fight club has one of the best views we have seen. It overlooks Cardiff Bay, the Millenium Stadium and the Millenium Centre. That is all we can say about its location.
It seems our eco-friendly pots will be made to feel welcome there.
“It is great to hear that Green Tones pots are made using recycled bamboo. I am hoping this will help me achieve my dream of encouraging Pandas to visit! They will be ideal for potting up my chilli seedlings and growing herbs all year round,” Tyler finished.