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Marigold (French) Super Hero Orange | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Marigold (French) Super Hero Orange | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£6.99

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French Marigold Super Hero Orange Plug Plants

Fuchsia  Trudi Davro (Trailing) | 42 Large Plug Plants

Fuchsia Trudi Davro (Trailing) | 42 Large Plug Plants£22.99

Trailing Fuchsia Trudi Davro has lovely clean double white flowers. The outer petals fade to a light pink tinge. A really elegant trailing fuchsia that will add a touch of class to any planting scheme.

Salvia farinacea 'Strata' | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Salvia farinacea 'Strata' | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£6.99

A superb compact variety of Salvia farinacea displaying woolly vertical stems, unusual columnar grey flower spikes with silver-blue flowers and arching mid-green leaves.  

Impatien XTreme Pink (Busy Lizzie)| Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Impatien XTreme Pink (Busy Lizzie)| Tray of 40 Plug Plants£6.99

Pink Impatiens (Busy Lizzie) have a good, compact, non-stretching habit with large, lipstick-pink flowers.

Marigold (French) Super Hero Yellow | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Marigold (French) Super Hero Yellow | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£6.99

Large double crested clear yellow flowers. French Marigold Super Hero plants produce compact plants and blooms with large 5cm diameter flowers.

Gazania Kiss Mixed | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Gazania Kiss Mixed | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£7.99

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Gazania Kiss plants produce large blooms of gold, orange, pink & rose flowers, well held above glossy green foliage.

Phlox 'popstars' Mixed | Tray of 20 Plug Plants

Phlox 'popstars' Mixed | Tray of 20 Plug Plants£3.99

Small plants with starry bi-coloured blooms and a fantastic addition to flowerbeds.

Impatien XTreme Lavender  (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Impatien XTreme Lavender (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£6.99

Xtreme Impatiens (Busy Lizzie) have a good, compact, non-stretching habit

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Friday, 7 June 2019  |  Alison
June in the garden

June days are filled with the sweet scent of roses, lavenders and honeysuckles and on a warm, still evening, if you sowed some night scented stocks earlier in the season, they will be giving a heady waft of perfume across the patio seating area whilst you soak up the last rays of the warm sun and sip your latest creation on the ubiquitous gin and tonic theme...  Ah well, that's the dream anyway, the reality may be a bit different with the many tasks that may need doing in your garden so here are the Brookside Nursery Top Tips for June:-

Monday, 6 May 2019  |  Alison
May in the Garden

May is upon us and seems to have arrived like a lightning bolt out of the blue. But I am more than happy to embrace the warmer and longer days that give me more time in the garden to potter and do all the little jobs that need my attention.

But, with the warmer temperatures come certain garden pests that seemingly appear from nowhere and I am talking here about lily beetles, vine weevils (and their larvae) and the ever present greenfly sent to torment and tease us and our roses. I will give you tips to help alleviate these ‘problem pests’ in the listing below. So here are a few tasks to keep you occupied this month in the greenhouse, the garden and the veg patch.

1 CommentFriday, 12 April 2019  |  Alison
April Jobs in the Garden

April can be a tricky month in the garden and it is always weather related.

One minute it can be sunny and showing distinct signs of warmth, lulling us into a false sense of security, in that we start planting tender annuals out in the garden, and then in the next minute it is bringing us back down to earth and sensibility by battering us and our precious plantlets with hail.  So err on the side of caution and don't plant out too early.

Hardy evergreens and deciduous shrubs and trees do what comes naturally and make a welcome sight in our gardens during April. Evergreens put on a spurt of fresh new growth. Deciduous shrubs like Hydrangeas and Spireas begin to show their leaves and buds and Spring flowering trees burst into life with their breathtaking blossoms, with the promise of fruits and berries to come in the coming months.

However, there are plenty of tasks to be getting on with in the garden and greenhouse this month.

Thursday, 21 March 2019  |  Alison
Grow Your Own Spuds!

The potato, although humble in looks, has been a mainstay of the British diet for centuries. The main reasons being that the tubers are ideally suited to being grown in our cool (rainy) climate and they need no special soil requirements.

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