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Ageratum plug plants, excellent as summer bedding plants and also in pots and hanging baskets

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Ageratum Aloha Blue  | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Ageratum Aloha Blue | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£7.99

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Our blue Ageratum plug plants are really easy to grow from plugs. Early blooming with large flowers.

Ageratum Aloha White | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Ageratum Aloha White | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£7.99

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Clear white Ageratum bedding plants, really useful in pots and hanging baskets.

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Latest Reviews from our Customers
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Great pots and re-cyclable.
Friday, 20 November 2020  |  Terry

Very easy transaction,ordered online, good communication, very pleased when arrived.


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Excellent Customer Experience
Thursday, 19 November 2020  |  Tony

This was the first time that I've purchased plants from Brookside Nursery. The plants arrived in excellent condition, well packaged and the next day from dispatch. Communication was excellent throughout the process and I was kept well informed prior to the dispatch of the plants. Looking forward to a good display in the early part of next year. I wouldn't hesitate to use Brookside Nursery again.


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Exellent Service
Thursday, 19 November 2020  |  William

Exellent service. Very pleased with Ellie who managed to find a mechanism to overcome your anti brexit stance.


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Sugar Rush wallflowers.
Wednesday, 18 November 2020  |  John

Excellent. Plants arrived on time and in good condition. Thriving well!


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Hope to see some flowers in the spring
Monday, 16 November 2020  |  Evelyn

Didn't understand that these would be mini plugs and was hoping to plant them in my hanging baskets but they're far too small, so they're on my window sill. It'll be well after Christmas before I can plant them out. Royal Mail seem to have a problem with handling 'live plants'. Perhaps they need some basic advice on how to handle them.


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Hope to see some flowers in the spring
Monday, 16 November 2020  |  Evelyn

Didn't understand that these would be mini plugs and was hoping to plant them in my hanging baskets but they're far too small, so they're on my window sill. It'll be well after Christmas before I can plant them out. Royal Mail seem to have a problem with handling 'live plants'. Perhaps they need some basic advice on how to handle them.

 
 
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