Planted Wire Mossed Hanging Baskets
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Hanging Basket Re-Planting Service - Wicker Baskets and Cones

Hanging Basket Re-Planting Service - Wicker Baskets and Cones£14.00

Bring in your old wicker baskets to be refilled by the experts. Collection from our Nursery in Staffordshire.

Planted Wire Mossed Hanging Baskets

Collection from our Nursery in Staffordshire.
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Use this space to tell us about any special requirements such as colour scheme, favourite plants etc and we will do our best to accomodate. If you would prefer to leave the design to us, just write 'Mixed'
570186 Price:  £35.00

Our traditional wire, mossed hanging baskets look great planted up with our own-grown plants. They are expertly planted in the sides and top either to your colour/planting specification. Alternatively you can just leave it to our expert planters to select the plants and colour combinations for you.  We grow all of the plants we use in our baskets on our Nurseries enabling us to use the ‘pick of the crop’ in our hanging baskets when we start to plant them up from late April Onwards.

All our Hanging Baskets contain a carefully selected mixture of trailing plants, Fuchsias, Surfinia, Lobelia, Geraniums, Busy Lizzies & Bacopa. Years of experience have allowed us to produce spectacular combinations of flowers and contrasting foliage, which will be the envy of your neighbours all summer.

Baskets are well matured and contain slow release fertiliser. Enquires from Pubs, Business, Local Councils welcome. Please contact us for a quote.


Brand:  Brookside Nursery

How often should I water my hanging basket?

  • During the summer months, your hanging basket needs watering daily, either in the morning or evening.
  • Familiarise yourself with the ideal feel and weight of your hanging basket when fully planted, and if it feels lighter than normal, water more often.
  • Take a pinch of compost from under the surface to test for moisture content; ideally it should hold together but not be dripping wet or too dry and flaky.

Other Hanging Basket Hints & Tips:

  • Deadhead blooming plants. As flowers fade and die, remove them by pinching them off where they meet the stem. This promotes the formation of new flowers. Otherwise the plant may put its energy into creating seed.
  • In a mixed basket, replace plants as needed. Don’t be afraid to remove a plant from a mixed planting if it has finished blooming. Ease it out, being careful of the other plants, and replace it with something else. Alternatively, plug the space with more soil and allow the other plants to fill the gap.
  • Cut back leggy plants. If the plants start to look straggly, don’t be afraid to cut them back. Most common hanging plants, such as verbena, petunias and impatiens, will produce denser new growth 

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