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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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Calibrachoa Double Can Can Dark Yellow | 5 Large Plug Plants

Calibrachoa Double Can Can Dark Yellow | 5 Large Plug Plants£5.99

Calibrachoa Double Can Can Dark Yellow - Double flowering Calibrachoa (Million Bells) produce hundreds of unique and highly colourful mini rose blooms

Begonia Million Kisses Collection | 5 Large Plug Plants

Begonia Million Kisses Collection | 5 Large Plug Plants£8.99

One plant of each of our five colours of Begonia Million kisses

Geranium Trailing Burgundy Red | 5 Large Plug Plants

Geranium Trailing Burgundy Red | 5 Large Plug Plants£6.99

Trailing Geranium Burgundy Red is a stunning, burgundy red trailing geranium with semi-double flowers all summer long

Geranium Trailing Dark Red | 5 Large Plug Plants

Geranium Trailing Dark Red | 5 Large Plug Plants£6.99

Trailing Geranium Red is a stunning, rich red trailing geranium with semi-double flowers all summer long

Begonia Northern Lights Lemon | 5 Large Plug Plants

Begonia Northern Lights Lemon | 5 Large Plug Plants£9.99

Such an elegant white begonia with rosy pink hues and pale buttery yellow ruffled centre. The dark green jagged foliage completes this plants interesting effect. 

Geranium Trailing Light Pink | 5 Large Plug Plants

Geranium Trailing Light Pink | 5 Large Plug Plants£6.99

Trailing Geranium Light Pink- a lovely, free flowering variety

Verbena Aztec Dark Red | 5 Large Plug Plants

Verbena Aztec Dark Red | 5 Large Plug Plants£5.99

A sensational trailing Verbena producing cascades of rich green broad-leaved foliage smothered in masses of rich velvet-red flowers.

Marigold (French) Bonanza Bee | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Marigold (French) Bonanza Bee | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£5.99

Large, fantastic fiery orange and mahogany, double crested flowers.

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1 CommentWednesday, 8 March 2017  |  Alison
Mucha…. Ado About Something…

Not quite the same Shakespeare title, but there is certainly a lot of romance, playfulness and teasing, rather like Much Ado About Nothing, in many of the paintings, illustrations, advertisements and postcards drawn by the artist Alphonse Mucha over his long career.

2 CommentsThursday, 2 March 2017  |  Alison
Brookside Nursery Top Ten Tips for March in your Garden

Thank goodness February is over; Storm Doris left her mark over most of the UK leaving a trail of debris with trees felled, branches straddling roads and numerous twigs appearing along the verges.  Judging by many of the photographs I have seen on Twitter and Facebook many of you in gardening land, especially those on allotments where the space is often in an exposed area, have suffered losses to poly tunnels, sheds and greenhouses as they have lifted and relocated themselves into next doors allotment. Countless greenhouses seem unsalvageable as their structures have been torn apart and left lots of seeds and plantlets ruined.  Plants are generally toughies though, even when they are small, so it is always worth trying to rescue them.

Friday, 17 February 2017  |  Alison
Hellebore Heaven

A sign that the New Year is well underway and spring is not too far in the distance is the welcome sight of Hellebore plants in flower during the mid-winter/early spring garden.  Hellebores begin to bloom in January and are often at their best during February.  What a joy it is to see Hellebores growing alongside other winter beauties like Snowdrops, Aconites and Crocus. 

1 CommentThursday, 26 January 2017  |  Alison
February in your garden

Curling up by a warm fire alongside the cat or dog may seem very appealing during the dark, dank days of February, but there will be plenty of opportunities to take advantage of brighter days with extended daylight hours and crisp sunny days.  If you wrap up warmly, it is always worth ‘doing’ an hour in your garden or at the very least take a stroll down the garden path.  I find the extra layers are soon taken off when digging, raking or planting… just remember to take them inside when you have finished for the day as a frozen scarf is not at all nice to wrap around your neck the next time you need it… and yes I have left mine looped around the pear tree recently.

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