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I have always achieved excellent results, growing my sweet peas in peat free compost. For my 2016 Sweet Pea Trial I used Dalefoot Potting Compost, a peat free compost made from natural ingredients, including sheep's wool.

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The Lathyrus odoratus roots in this Deep Rootrainers cell have formed a heart shape!

The Restrepia sanguinea keiki, as pictured on the 7th November 2016.

This Restrepia antennifera specimen has produced three keikis. Pictured on the 7th November 2016, inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.

This Restrepia antennifera specimen is in the process of producing three keikis! Pictured on the 6th November 2016 inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.

This Restrepia antennifera specimen has produced a keiki. Pictured on the 16th October 2016, inside my BiOrbAir terrarium.

I grow my sweet peas in Deep Rootrainers - deep seed trays, which encourage the formation of strong, healthy roots. I use the Rootrainers Racking Station, which is a great space saver - it holds eight packs of Deep Rootrainers over two levels.

I grow my sweet peas in Deep Rootrainers - deep seed trays, which feature ridged cells, designed to encourage the formation of strong, healthy roots. Each section of a Rootrainers tray is removable. The sections unfold and open out like a book, allowing easy examination of the plants' root system as it develops, and ensuring the straightforward removal of your seedlings when it comes to planting.

I grow my sweet peas in Deep Rootrainers - deep seed trays, which feature ridged cells, which have been specially designed to encourage the formation of strong, healthy roots. I use the Rootrainers Racking Station, which is a great space saver - it holds eight packs of Deep Rootrainers over two levels.

A long-term review of the BiOrbAir (part ten) - Pumpkin Beth