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31 Oct

There is Still Time to Buy Our Garden Ready Plants!


There’s still time to buy our fantastic Garden Ready Plug Plants. Many of our customers look forward to growing on their Plug Plants every year so don’t miss out!  Autumn Plug Plants are the best way to keep your garden full of colour through the winter. Our Autumn Garden Ready Plants are slightly larger plug plants, measuring approximately 6-10cm from [...]


Published Date: 31 Oct 2012
Category: Autumn Bedding

28 Oct

Beautiful Christmas Gifts for Your Friends & Family!

Many of you will have received our fantastic Christmas catalogue this month.  If you are worried about getting presents for your friends and family on time, let us do the hard work for you! Make someone feel loved this Christmas with our beautiful range of gifts, each with its own personalised message card. All gifts will be [...]


Published Date: 28 Oct 2012
Category: Flower Gifts
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21 Oct

How to Cope With a Sloped Garden!


You could consider your sloping garden to be a frustrating problem, but many gardeners believe the benefits of a sloping garden well out-weigh the disadvantages. A sloping garden often ges a great deal of ligt because its so open, as well as being great for draining excess water from your garden. To make the most [...]


Published Date: 21 Oct 2012
Category: Garden Ideas, Gardening Advice

20 Oct

Start Protecting Your Plants Against Frost…


Ensue your plants survive the winter by protecting them from frost and wet weather. The combination of low temperatures and wet willcause your plants to die off. If you are growing anything other than the hardiest of varieties its best to put in place basic techniques that will guarantee your plant’s survival. Once October begins measures should be put [...]


Published Date: 20 Oct 2012
Category: Gardening Advice

14 Oct

What Garden Wildlife to Expect this Month!


Beetles & Insects  This month look out for beetles in your garden. The arrival of cooler weather means beetles, amongst many other insects will be looking for shelter. Create shelters by stacking straight shrub and tree prunings and tying them with string. Its a simple idea that will make such a great difference to your garden [...]


Published Date: 14 Oct 2012
Category: Bird Care, Wildlife

04 Oct

October Garden- Tidy, Protect & Maintain

Cover any uncovered soil with mulch or compost to encourage good growth next season

Tidying your garden- Cut back, Prune, Divide. Leaves will consume your garden at this time of year  which can lead to disease if they are left after falling; make sure you keep on top of things by raking leaves regularly. Remove any plants past their best and add them to your compost. Protect your patio [...]


Published Date: 04 Oct 2012
Category: Gardeners Calendar

02 Oct

October Garden – Sowing & Planting!


As autumn becomes riddled with frosts, falling golden leaves and darker evenings don’t put away your gardening tools, find winter-flowering plants to fill your garden with colour until spring’s first flourishes. The days may be shorter, but make sure you find time to reap the benefits of summer by harvesting your vegetables and collecting falling [...]


Published Date: 02 Oct 2012
Category: Fruit and Vegetables