Plant Aftercare Products

Congratulations, your garden project is finished! Your plants, shrubs and trees look amazing and you can't wait to watch them thrive and bloom. To maintain a vibrant and healthy garden, there are a few things to keep in mind. Of course, your plants need to be watered properly and could use a little trim session now and then. At Tendercare we offer you some products to help you out with taking care of your plants. Besides the plants we offer, we have a webshop category dedicated to plant aftercare products, like fertilizers, composts and soil improvers. If you have any questions about our aftercare products, feel free to contact us or plan a visit to our nursery. Our plant experts will tell you everything you need to know about maintaining your garden.

Keep your plants healthy and strong

Plants, trees, hedges, shrubs, climbers and perennials: no garden can do without plants. They provide atmosphere, structure, colour and shade. Since you want to make the most of your garden, it's essential to keep your plants happy and healthy. Did you know that a vigorous plant is less likely to suffer from diseases and unwanted visitors, such as lice? All the more reason to take good care of your plants! A little attention, some water, the right soil and few hours of full sun is a must for nearly every plant, but different plant species require different levels of care. Some plants need a little extra care. Of course, we can help you out with our aftercare products!

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Plant Aftercare Products | Tendercare Nurseries

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Fertilise and improve the soil

Garden plants need nutrients to grow, so it's necessary to fertilise the garden regularly. The plant food we offer is tailored to the needs of all plants in the garden. Most soil does not provide all the essential nutrients required for optimum growth, but most fertilisers contain all three primary plant nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. Also, sufficient soil improvers and conditioners can prevent your soil from drying out too quickly.  As a result, this leads to optimised water drainage, and therefore moisture and nutrients are much better retained. When to fertilise depends on the type of plants. In general, it can be said that the best time to fertilise in spring, but, for example, (flowering) trees and shrubs like a dose of fertiliser in spring and again in fall. Each plant is slightly different, so always read the guidelines before you use your aftercare product.

Compost, soil improvers & fertilisers

Garden tools

Without good garden tools, working in the garden becomes a lot more difficult. Tendercare sells different types of garden tools that all help you to maintain your garden more easily. In addition to a set of basic garden tools, such as a rake, hoe, spade and a plant trowel, it is also very useful to have good pruning tools. We offer multiple tools for pruning different types of plants, shrubs and trees. Have a look in our online shop!

Garden tools

Biological Control of Pests and Diseases

Pests and diseases can leave unsightly paths of destruction in your garden. Time to fight these unwanted visitors! We offer a wide range of natural enemies for different kinds of plagues. You can use various animals to combat pests, such as nematodes against snails, ants, and grubs. This allows you to control pests without harming the soil, other plants and other insects. This way, you can fight unwanted bugs effectively, and the ecosystem remains intact.

Biological Control of Pests and Diseases

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Keep your garden healthy with our plant aftercare products! If you have any questions regarding our aftercare products or the plants we offer online, feel free to contact Britain’s leading horticultural resource centre. If you want to have a look at our plants, trees and shrubs in real life? Visit our plant nursery in Denham. We offer more than 100 000 mature plants, specimen trees, shrubs and herbaceous perennials on our 17-acre site situated in Southlands Road, Denham, Uxbridge.