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We supply the best quality young plug plants from our nursery in Staffordshire delivered throughout the UK and Europe. Our Spring Bedding Plants, Hanging Basket Plants and Vegetable Plug Plants are now ready to order for you to grow on at a fraction of the cost of the plants in your local garden centre.

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Heuchera Red Lightning  | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Heuchera Red Lightning | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£7.99

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For colour in a shady spot, these heucheras, with golden leaves and dramatic red veins running through, will give you the perfect show. 

Lupinus 'Gallery Yellow Shades' (Lupin) | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Lupinus 'Gallery Yellow Shades' (Lupin) | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£5.99

Lupinus 'Gallery Yellow Shades are dwarf lupin plants that produce thickly packed spikes of yellow pea-like flowers in June and July above clusters of delightfully lobed, mid-green leaves.

Fuchsia Claudia (Trailing) | Pack of 3 Garden Ready 7cm Pots

Fuchsia Claudia (Trailing) | Pack of 3 Garden Ready 7cm Pots£5.59

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Claudia has medium/large double pendant baby pink flowers with contrasting green foliage.

SunPatiens Vigorous Red | Pack of 3 Garden Ready 7cm Pots

SunPatiens Vigorous Red | Pack of 3 Garden Ready 7cm Pots£7.99

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SunPatiens are stronger and far more robust than standard impatiens, growing up to 3 times larger than standard impatiens - just one plant covers an area 3 feet square! 

Salvia roemeriana Hot Trumpets | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Salvia roemeriana Hot Trumpets | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£4.99

Reaching heights of 30-40cm, these ruby red flowers will give a rich depth to your summer borders.

Heuchera Champagne | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Heuchera Champagne | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£7.99

A lovely heuchera with leaves that change from peach and amber to a champagne-golden colour. 

Anisodontea Lady in Pink (Cape Mallow) | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Anisodontea Lady in Pink (Cape Mallow) | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£5.99

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Anisodontea Lady in Pink have a long flowering season with lots of flower power. They carries hundreds of medium sized strawberry pink flowers on a nice compact bush.

Salvia Black and Bloom | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot

Salvia Black and Bloom | Garden Ready Perennial 9cm Pot£3.99

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Salvia Black and Bloom, flower from mid-summer to the first frosts. With large dark blue flowers and dark green velvety scented leaves

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Thursday, 10 September 2020  |  Alison
September in the Garden

I know I say this with almost every month of the gardening year, but I do love September in the garden. I find it a therapeutic month, with time to enjoy the harvests of the vegetable patch and have enough flowers to fill vases inside with a dazzling delight of dahlias, this year in soft peachy pinks and ornate oranges.......

Tuesday, 25 August 2020  |  Alison
High Summer in the Garden 2020

It’s been a funny old year so far, hasn’t it, and I don’t mean funny ha-ha.

2020 will certainly be a year we shall all long remember for so many reasons. Covid-19 has brought upheaval to the whole world with uncertainty, sadness, changes in the workplace and adjustments to family dynamics.

Alongside this there have been better times too - the kindness of neighbours, now friends, the fortitude of our NHS workers and opportunities for thinking outside the box, whether it be workwise or the sanctuary and safety of our gardens.  

 

Monday, 22 June 2020  |  Alison
The 'Bee's Knees - Brookside Nursery 'Pollen Patch' Plants

We are nothing without bees, and definitely nothing at all without the ‘bee’s knees’. Why? Because bees carry pollen back to the hive to feed their young, in sacs on their legs, and though they may not technically have knees it is a good analogy. The ‘bee’s knees’ was originally used in the 1920’s to describe something as being “excellent” and bees as well as other beneficial insects have been just that for millennia.

 

3 CommentsMonday, 11 May 2020  |  Alison

Coronavirus is a word we know all too well now but, virus or no virus, nature continues to produce an abundance of spring colour to engage us, and although lockdown continues in the UK as I write this, most of us have been able to take a short walk or dust down our bicycles and cycle each day to appreciate the life affirming richness of spring unfolding before our eyes with flowering blossom trees, elegant magnolias, unfurling fern leaves and every day something new, like clumps of bluebells, lilac and wisteria greeting us on our daily stint of exercise this spring, whether it be an isolated stroll around the garden or a brisk walk in the local park........

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