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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

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Impatien Beacon Orange (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Impatien Beacon Orange (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£9.99

Sunny and fresh orange blooms with bright green foliage bringing a dazzling display for your summer borders and pots.

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Impatien Beacon Salmon (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Impatien Beacon Salmon (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£9.99

Proven to have high resistance to Impatiens downy mildew. Bright, colourful petals over a long flowering season Adaptable to shade, partial sun and sun and weather conditions.

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Impatien Beacon Mixed (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Impatien Beacon Mixed (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£9.99

Impatiens Beacon Mix has a mix of vibrant colours from the brand-new Impatiens Beacon varieties with a blend of Bright Reds, Corals, Oranges, Salmon, Violet Shades and White.

Begonia Northern Lights Pink | 3 Large Plug Plants

Begonia Northern Lights Pink | 3 Large Plug Plants£6.99

A pretty blend of bright pink outer petals with a fiery yellow centre.

Fuchsia Eva Boerg (Trailing)  | 5 Large Plug Plants

Fuchsia Eva Boerg (Trailing) | 5 Large Plug Plants£5.99

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Trailing Fuchsia Eva Boerg is one of our favourite fuchsia plants for hanging baskets. Eva Boerg is a a semi-double fuchsia with pale pink/rosy magenta colouring. Very effective in mixed baskets, keeps flowering all summer.

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Impatien Beacon Coral (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Impatien Beacon Coral (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£9.99

Pretty coral-pink flowers adorn Impatiens Beacon Coral with bright green leaves accentuating the fabulous colour.

Begonia Organdy Mixed | Tray of 40 Plug Plants

Begonia Organdy Mixed | Tray of 40 Plug Plants£6.99

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Begonia Organdy are a really versatile bedding plant, producing bags of colour in all weather

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Impatien Beacon Mixed (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 20 Plug Plants

Impatien Beacon Mixed (Busy Lizzie) | Tray of 20 Plug Plants£5.99

Impatiens Beacon Mix has a mix of vibrant colours from the brand-new Impatiens Beacon varieties with a blend of Bright Reds, Corals, Oranges, Salmon, Violet Shades and White.

latest from the blog

Wednesday, 6 November 2019  |  Alison
Winter Wildlife and Insect Homes

Providing a “des res” for our native wildlife and insects has never been more important as natural habitats are removed to make way for modern lifestyles.    Woodlands and hedgerows disappearing and chemical pesticides on mass produced crops have all contributed to the fall in the natural eco balance for our wildlife.

Wednesday, 6 November 2019  |  Alison
November in the Garden

After the wet and rather soggy month of October, crisp cool days (and nights) of November are definitely here and winter is drawing ever closer.  The clocks have gone back an hour too and darker evenings are back with a vengeance.
But there are enough daylight hours to be in the garden if you get up a bit earlier.  Having a wander around the garden in your wellies with a morning wake-up coffee, when everywhere is quiet and still (a pair of secateurs tucked into your cosy winter dressing gown pocket, of course), can give you a real boost for the day ahead, be that in your place of work or doing a few tasks about the garden.

Friday, 27 September 2019  |  Alison
October in the Garden 2019

Much as we may not want to see summer days slipping away for another year, there is something special about the sunlight during October, especially on warm days, that makes it a pleasure to walk around the garden and appreciate the last vestiges of late summer flowers and watch the long shadows spread across the lawn.  The gradual sweep into autumn means that it is time to start to put the garden in some sort of order for the coming colder months so with this in mind:-

Thursday, 5 September 2019  |  Alison
September in the Garden

I hope that your gardens, vegetable plots, hanging baskets, allotments, balconies, pots or window boxes have brought you joy this summer. My garden has been very green this summer and I have loved it.  What a difference from last year’s drought, unbearably hot temperatures making plants go into hibernation and the rather unbecoming straw-like lawn that miraculously recovered as soon as the rain touched it.  That’s is one of the things I love about gardening – you know what you are hoping for from plants, but nature may have other plans, and you have to go with the flow and enjoy the ride.

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