Great Value Plug Plants 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.
What Makes us Different? Unlike most online plant suppliers, we allow you to choose when your plants are delivered. This allows you to accurately plan your crops, help you save money by avoiding unnecessary heating of greenhouses and reduce inconvenience around delivery timings. Read more
Picasso has so many qualities – from having fantastic disease resistance (making them a firm favourite for allotment growers), to their round/oval shape making them one of the best varieties for the jacket potato!
One of the most well-known and popular varieties that was introduced to the market in 1902 – the same year of the coronation of King Edward VII, hence the name! These are enjoyed for their great taste and although not the highest cropper, the taste more than makes up for this.
Organising a city break for two, who have differing interests, can be downright tricky, so when Kraków was mentioned recently and discovering there was a sizeable botanical garden to explore, I was keen.
You may be thinking now the cooler temperatures are here and the rich colours of autumnal displays are fading, that the garden can be left alone for the winter whilst you tuck up inside, but oh no, there is pruning, digging, tending, planting and most importantly ordering new plants from our catalogue and online to be done!
With the weather set fair for October, this month is a great opportunity to catch up with some of the odd jobs that need doing around the garden and prepare pots, borders and plants for the winter months ahead. But beware, warm bright sunny days with clear nights are a sure sign that a frost will probably occur at night during October so keep an eye on your local weather reports.
It is also time to plan and plant spring bulbs and garden ready perennials ready for colour in tubs, containers and borders next year.
I love being out in the garden during September, don’t you?
With Twenty Eighteen’s bumper high temperatures and hot sunny days seemingly now over and the much needed rain has fallen, there is a new-ness to the overall look of the garden.
It has once again become our ‘green and pleasant land’. The desert has re-bloomed, life has returned. The parched brown lawn has been painted green almost overnight, roses are having a second/third flush of flowers, crops are cropping and hurrah, the weeds are growing furiously again.