1. When your plants arrive.
Take them out of the box as soon as possible and give them a nice big drink of water
2. Time to get dirty.
Get your garden clobber on and head to dig some small holes. Tubestock is really easy to plant because you dont need dirty great big holes.
4. Removing plant from tube
Plants are like babies, so be gentle. Turn the plant upside down, put the stem between 2 fingers and give it a little gentle tap on a hard object to loosen the plant from the tube.
3. Water & fertiliser.
Before you put the plants into the ground, give the hole some water and slow release fertilser first. That will get your plants off to a better start.
5. Planting the babies.
Planting is easy. Just pop your plant into the hole and cover it with soil. Be careful not to disturb the roots and just gently push the soil down.
6. More water.
Lastly, give your plants some more water to give them a good start. The first 3 days of watering are vital - so make sure you give them plenty