Gardening Products

Charles has collaborated with these companies to bring you the CD 60 module trays and dibber made to his exact specifications.

Also available are searchable video guides bringing together a curated set of his videos on specific topics.

See below for Charles’ recommendations for mesh and garden covers, copper tools, poly tunnels and his own clothing range!

Please see the product listings below with the links to the relevant website.

CD 60 Cell module trays made by Containerwise

The trays have a large drainage hole to make it easier to push out your seedlings.

Priced at £5.34 each and there is a minimum order of 5. You can buy the trays through Containerwise’s website here.


Eco Friendly
Tray Size (mm): 350 x 210 x 44
Cell Size (mm): 29.5
Cell Volume (cm³): 21
Plants per m²: 815
Weight (kg): 0.300
Drainage Hole Diameter (mm): 14


Charles Dowding Long Handled Ash Dibber sold by Garden Imports UK

The dibber is made of Ash and made in the UK by an expert woodturning company. As you would expect for a product of this quality, the Dibber is superbly sanded and finished with the best product available, Danish Oil.

Priced at £29.95 (increased because of the wood price) you can buy the dibber via the Garden Imports UK website here.


Gardening Guides in collaboration with Retrieve

There are three guides available, No Dig Gardening a beginners guide, A How To Guide (covering how to grow a selection of vegetables from sowing seeds to harvesting) and a Guide to Composting.

Each guide has a set of searchable videos so you can jump to the topic that most interests you. You can buy them individually or in a bundle here.



For that No Dig reminder and to keep you warm in the garden, please visit my Teemill site here.


Gardening products from Gardening Naturally

I recommend this website for fleece, and bulk supplies of thin fleece, mesh and bird netting.  My affiliate link is here.


Implementation Copper Tools

I recommend these beautifully made copper tools. You can find the shop here.


First Tunnels

These are the experts in poly tunnels.  Both my tunnels are from First Tunnels. You can find the shop here.

Will, Luke, and Simon, the First Tunnels team
At 2pm, less than five hours after starting, Will, Luke, and Simon, the First Tunnels team, notice sliding doors