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  1. Fertilising your WoodBlocX raised bed

    Fertilising your WoodBlocX raised bed
    Ensure your raised beds are ready and raring to go for spring by boosting the health of the soil. Good quality soil will help increase the crop yield of vegetables and promote healthier blooms in flowers; plus, the better soil structure builds up resilience to pests and disease. There are lots of composts and additives available and here’s a quick rundown...
  2. Top crops to grow now

    Top crops to grow now
    It’s January, the weather is gloomy and there’s not a great deal going on out in the garden; but don’t let that stop you being productive! Here are four easy to grow and useful veg that can be sown between now and the end of February, either directly in your raised bed or indoors.Garlic is a wonderfully versatile ingredient with...
  3. Our top five from 2017

    Our top five from 2017
    Our design team thrives on creating bespoke solutions for challenging projects to create long-lasting and maintenance free structures for the garden. Here’s a few of our favourites from 2017.Ryan’s Garden Ryan’s terraced back garden was in need of a facelift, so he wanted to improve it with a retaining wall. An outrageous quote from a builder just to build a...
  4. Winter WoodBlocX getting you ready for spring

    Winter WoodBlocX getting you ready for spring
    In the south, there have been very few really hard frosts, so even some tender bedding plants like geraniums have survived and it means that many of the bugs and other nasties are also thriving! So now is the time to go slug and snail hunting and dispose of them! Really we do need a good old cold snap to...
  5. How to Build a WoodBlocX Raised Bed Planter

    How to Build a WoodBlocX Raised Bed Planter
    WoodBlocX timber raised beds, an easy to build solution for your garden. In this video Lee takes us through how he went about building a raised veg planter for his garden.
  6. How to fit the capping to your WoodBlocX

    How to fit the capping to your WoodBlocX
    The key thing to make sure you don't damage your WoodBlocX is to use one of the spare BlocX or a spare bit of wood to hammer on the capping. This makes sure you don't dent the capping when your fitting it. All you need to do is start at one end of each piece and work your way along.
  7. The WoodBlocX instruction pack

    The WoodBlocX instruction pack
    We supply all our kits with a set of clear building instructions, just don't forget to take them off your pallet when it arrives.
  8. The right tool for the job - 2lb lump hammer

    The right tool for the job - 2lb lump hammer
    The 2lb lump hammer is a real winner when it comes to hammering in those dowels. It's much more effective than a claw hammer and feels great in the hand.
  9. What if I can't get my Dowel to go into the WoodBlocX?

    What if I can't get my Dowel to go into the WoodBlocX?
    Sometimes people can have a little bit of bother getting the Dowels to go in flush with the WoodBlocX. But if you use a little bit of soapy water, it can take away the extra friction stopping the Dowel going all the way in. Don't forget to also make sure you have the WoodBlocX up the right way (with the...
  10. Quick tip to speed up your WoodBlocX build

    Quick tip to speed up your WoodBlocX build
    WoodBlocX are a quick and easy way to bring your garden to life. Allowing you to create raised beds, ponds or retaining walls as well as a whole host of other creations. The slowest part is digging the ground to get the first row straight and level. Once this is done it is a simple process to build up the...

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Awards & Accreditations

  • WoodBlocX Queen's Awards 2022
  • Made in Britain Badge
  • Feefo Platinum Reviews 2022