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  • Deutzia-Strawberry-Fields

    Deutzia Strawberry Fields

    £13.99

    Pot Size: 2.5L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Pink
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 1.5m
    Eventual Spread: 1m
    Garden Care: Lightly prune after flowering to maintain the shape of your plant. Long summer growth can be pruned back in autumn. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    This easy to grow shrub will attract attention when it’s covered in bright flowers in early summer. The neat, upright shape makes it ideal for the back of a border and the leaves change colour to yellow in the autumn before falling for the winter. Unusual but easy to grow, this one makes a great present for a gardener!


  • Euonymus fortunei Emerald Gaiety

    Euonymus fortunei Emerald Gaiety

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 1.5L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 30cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Trim any straggly shoots in summer to keep in shape. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost. Plants in pots should be grown in John Innes No 3 potting compost and fed weekly through the growing season with a liquid fertiliser.

    It has brightly coloured leaves which change through the year with purple tints through winter, and pale green and white fresh growth in the spring. Makes a low growing mat of ground cover that’s ideal for shady places under trees or deciduous shrubs. Can also be used as a slow growing climber on a shady wall.


  • Euryops-pectinatus

    Euryops pectinatus

    £11.99

    Pot Size: 2.5L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil. Needs good drainage
    Rate of Growth: Fast
    Flowering Period: Winter/spring
    Flower Colour: Yellow
    Hardiness: Half Hardy
    Eventual Height: 1.2m
    Eventual Spread: 90cm
    Garden Care: Lightly prune after flowering to maintain the shape of your plant. Dig in sand or grit before planting to help with drainage. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with an ornamental mulch.

    Evergreen, silver-grey leaves on mound forming plants that are upright at first. Bright yellow flowers cover established plants in late winter and spring. Hardy only in very sheltered locations so best to grow in a big pot and protect from cold weather. A good choice for coastal locations.


  • fernleaf-dill

    Fernleaf Dill

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Quick growing and versatile
    This is a dwarf variety growing to just 45cm in height. A green herb with wiry, thread-like leaves that grow in clusters. It has a strong, distinctive taste that is like a combination of fennel, anise and celery, with warm, slightly bitter undertones.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Fernleaf (organic)

    Great for protecting your tomatoes, chillies and aubergines!

    Can be grown in: Fennel hates having its roots being disturbed or being transplanted, so plant in a permanent spot, either in a container or straight into the ground.

    In the kitchen: Treat dill like bay leaves and let it add flavour to soups and stews, or add to the cooking water when you boil potatoes. Dill can also be used in bread, soups, vegetable dishes, and pickles, salad dressings, or to make dill vinegar. It works well with fish dishes.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.

     


  • firecracker-chilli-pepper

    Firecracker Chilli Pepper

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Packs a punch but with an amazing fruit flavour
    Firecracker is a compact chilli plant that forms clusters of small, bright, multi-coloured fruits, that always turn red when fully ripe. As the name suggests, this is one of our hottest chillies. They have a good kick but the amazing fruity flavour is never overpowered by the heat. The fruits grow to approximately 9-10cm in length.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Firecracker (organic)

    How hot? Hot

    Can be grown in: Chillies are best grown in fresh compost in either growbags or pots. Find out more about growing chillies in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: These are delicious pickled, or raw chopped up finely in a salad. They are also delicious when cooked, and can be stuffed, roasted or added to sauces.

    Can be delivered from: May to July. These plants will arrive bare-rooted with an approximate height of 10-30cm.


  • Forsythia-Lynwood

    Forsythia x intermedia Lynwood

    £13.99

    Pot Size: 3L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Spring
    Flower Colour: Yellow
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 1.8m
    Eventual Spread: 1.2m
    Garden Care: Prune some of the old branches to the ground after they have flowered if needs be. This will encourage new ones that will flower in subsequent years. Prune upright shoots by half in summer to shape your plant. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    One of the first shrubs to flower and a lovely fanfare for spring after the winter months. Upright branches are festooned in bright flowers before the leaves appear, cheating any frosts and looking great in a vase as well as at the back of a border or as an informal hedge. The pale green leaves change colour to yellow in autumn before falling for the winter. Easy to grow and a stalwart of the shrubbery.


  • frills mustard

    Frills Mustard

    £3.99
    (10 Plants)

    This is a fab addition to the veg garden.
    Providing you with loads of lovely leaves that’ll add real flavour to your salads. Frills mustard is easy to grow and if you keep picking off the leaves it will keep producing more for you to enjoy.

    Number of plants: 10

    Can be grown in: Raised beds or pots. Find out more about growing these in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: The texture is crunchy yet tender with a robust mustard flavour and mild sweet and spicy pepper-like finish. The young leaves are mild and best used raw in a salad, but more mature leaves stand up well to a light sauté or braise.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive bare-rooted with an approximate height of 5-15cm.


  • garlic-chives

    Garlic Chives

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Not only adds great flavour to your dishes, but looks attractive growing in the garden
    This is similar to chives, but the leaves are flatter with a white flower that has a delicate garlic and onion flavour.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic

    Great for protecting your carrots, tomatoes, chillies and aubergines!

    Can be grown in: Pots are ideal for growing chives, as otherwise they have a tendency to take over!

    In the kitchen: The slim, elegant dark green leaves can be used as a tasty addition to salads, or in soups, stews and curries. The flowers are also edible and look lovely when sprinkled over a summer salad.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.


  • Geranium-Patricia

    Geranium Patricia

    £11.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Magenta pink
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 75cm
    Eventual Spread: 75cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every Spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    Border Cranesbills are very versatile plants and this one is no exception. Covered in bright flowers throughout the Summer and handsome leaves that make good ground cover. This plant is great to add to mixed borders or to plant with Roses. Cut it back hard after the flowers have faded and the plant will reward you with more blooms until the Autumn.


  • Geranium-phaeum-album

    Geranium phaeum var. album

    £10.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Late Spring / early Summer
    Flower Colour: White
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 45cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves in the Spring to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser every Spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    One of the first Border Cranesbills to flower, producing clusters of elegant white flowers with swept back petals on tall stems. Tough as old boots, this beautiful plant will tolerate dry shade once established and even grow under deciduous trees. A flower arrangers delight!


  • Hemerocallis-Destined-to-See

    Hemerocallis Destined to See

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Cream and mauve
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 30cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy in spring. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    Very aptly named with showy flowers that open flat to reveal the beautiful markings. Leaves make a soft, arching mound and this is a good Day Lily for the front of a sunny border where it will slowly spread each year. An unusual colour that’s sure to be admired!


  • Hemerocallis-Double-River-Wye

    Hemerocallis Double River Wye

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Yellow
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 45cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy in spring. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A real beauty with frilly flowers that appear on and off throughout the summer. Sturdy stems hold the flowers above clumps of arching leaves that spread slowly each year. An unusual Day Lily because of its double flowers but very easy to grow. Great to plant with ornamental grasses for a contemporary look, or mingle with other perennials in a cottage garden.


  • Hemerocallis-Little-Bumble-Bee

    Hemerocallis Little Bumble Bee

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun or part shade
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Yellow and brown
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 45cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy in spring. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    Cream and brown flowers are generously produced in summer above low growing clumps of healthy, deep green leaves. This is a good variety of Day Lily to grow as ground cover at the front of a border where it will need little attention for many years.


  • Hemerocallis-Little-Missy

    Hemerocallis Little Missy

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Mauve
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 75cm
    Eventual Spread: 30cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers  and old leaves to keep tidy Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A lovely Day Lily with ruffled flowers that open flat to reveal their yellow throats. An easy colour to place in the garden and mix with other perennials, especially silvers, greys and blues. Adds an elegant, cottage garden twist to a border.


  • Hemerocallis-Mini-Pearl

    Hemerocallis Mini Pearl

    £8.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Slow
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Light orange
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    An elegant perennial for the front of a border in sun where it will slowly spread through the ground each year. The large, ruffled flowers open flat and are an unusual colour that’s easy to mix with other cottage garden plants.


  • hundredweight-pumpkin

    Hundredweight Pumpkin

    £5.99
    (5 Plants)

    Can you grow a record breaker?!    
    This variety of pumpkin can produce beautiful round deep orange fruits of up 25kg! To grow these enormous fun fruits, you will need to allow approx. 2m between plants and thin out other fruits as they form. This will allow your larger fruit to obtain all the nutrients and water it needs to grow to this super-size.

    Number of plants: 5

    Variety: Hundredweight (organic)

    Can be grown in: These pumpkins need to be grown outside with plenty of space. Find out more about growing pumpkins in our growing guide below.

    In the kitchen: This pumpkin is great for roasting, using in a soup or to make a delicious pumpkin pie.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July.


  • hyssop

    Hyssop

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Bees and butterflies love these beautiful blue flowers.
    Hyssop produces rich blue, clustered flowers that grow out of one side of its stem. These flowers are great at attracting bees and butterflies to the garden. The stem has a square shape with long pointed aromatic dark green leaves. Hyssop can grow to a height of 45cm.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic

    Great for protecting your brassicas!

    Can be grown in: Pots or containers, anywhere really as long as it has good drainage.

    In the kitchen: Use the young leaves of hyssop in salads or in meat or oily fish dishes, or use to flavour soups, stews, stuffing and fruit dishes. Hyssop is said to aid the digestion of fatty or rich foods.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.


  • Kniphofia-Timothy

    Kniphofia Timothy

    £9.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Apricot/orange
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 75cm
    Eventual Spread: 60cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers and old leaves to keep tidy. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    An elegant Red Hot Poker with narrow, apricot-orange flowers that seem to glow in low sunlight. Adds height and a tropical touch to a sunny border. Easy to grow and a good choice for coastal locations.


  • Kniphofia-Wols-Red-Seedling

    Kniphofia Wols Red Seedling

    £10.99

    Pot Size: 2L
    Position: Sun
    Soil: Any good garden soil
    Rate of Growth: Medium
    Flowering Period: Summer
    Flower Colour: Orange/red
    Hardiness: Hardy
    Eventual Height: 60cm
    Eventual Spread: 45cm
    Garden Care: Remove dead flowers to keep tidy, and old leaves in spring. Feed with a slow release fertiliser each spring and top up the soil with a mulch of garden compost.

    A low growing Red Hot Poker which is ideal for a smaller garden or narrow border that gets plenty of sun. The evergreen leaves add texture through the year, and the flowers appear over a long season once the plant is established. Excellent for coastal locations.


  • Lemon Grass

    Lemon Grass

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    A delicious delicacy and essential in Asian inspired recipes
    A perennial, tropical variety of grass with a sweet, lemony scent. It is particularly associated with Thai and South East Asian cooking.

    Number of plants: 3

    Organic

    Can be grown in: Pots and containers on your patio in a sunny sheltered spot or in your greenhouse or conservatory.

    In the kitchen: A delicious delicacy and an essential in Asian inspired recipes. Lemon Grass is a delicious addition to soups, curries, sauces and fish dishes. The woody stems of this refreshing herb are also wonderful for making an invigorating herbal tea. Most of the flavour is in the thicker bulb end, which can be added whole to dishes, or peeled, then crushed or chopped.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.


  • chamomile

    Matricaria Chamomilla Chamomile

    £5.99
    (3 Plants)

    Fragrant, tasty and so very pretty
    Producing pretty daisy like white and yellow flowers, this herb is bursting with healthy vitamins and looks wonderful when in full bloom.

    Number of plants: 3

    Variety: Matricaria Chamomilla (organic)

    Can be grown in: Pots, containers or your vegetable garden in a sheltered and sunny spot. Chamomile can grow to a height of approximately 60cm.

    In the kitchen: Chamomile works wonderfully in herbal teas, cakes and desserts.

    Can be delivered from: Late April to July. These plants will arrive in 9cm pots.


  • wildflower meadow planter

    Mini Wildflower Meadow Box

    £34.99

    Brings bees & butterflies into their garden

    These lovely wooden planters arrive with everything that’s needed to create a beautiful wildflower meadow patch. Simply add water to the peat free organic compost bale and sprinkle with the wildflower seeds provided. Soon the flowers will bloom and look simply gorgeous, and they’ll attract all sorts of beneficial bees and butterflies too.

    It will happily fit into any size garden and can be placed on a patio or decking area.

    Includes the following:

    • Wooden planter
    • Peat free coir organic compost bale
    • Bag of organic plant nutrient
    • Wildflower meadow seed
    • Water permeable membrane
    • Planting instructions

    Planter dimensions: 79cm x 52cm x 15cm.


  • planter-herb

    Perennial Herb Planter

    £39.99
    (8 Plants)

    Pop your planter in a sunny spot and you’ll have fresh herbs for years
    This lovely wooden planter will arrive with everything that’s needed to create an Instant living herb garden. Simply add water to the peat free organic compost bale and mix with the organic plant nutrients provided. Then pop in your herb plants and place in a warm sunny location. Enjoy growing and harvesting fresh organic herbs from this garden for the next few years.

    This planter can easily be placed on a patio or decking area.

    Includes the following:

    • Wooden planter
    • Peat free coir organic compost bale
    • Bag of organic plant nutrient
    • Water permeable membrane
    • Planting instructions
    • 8 x herb plants in 9cm pots

    Planter Dimensions: 79cm x 52cm x 15cm

    Can be delivered from: Late April to August


  • petit-posi-flower-sprout

    Petit Posi Flower Sprout

    £4.99
    (10 Plants)

    Attractive and unusual but extremely nutritious
    This attractive vegetable is a cross between a brussels sprout and curly kale resulting in a really nutritious and healthy veg! Forms tasty small green and purple sprouts with curly leaves.

    Number of plants: 10

    Variety: Petit Posi (organic)

    Can be grown in: Pots and containers, grow bags, raised beds.

    In the kitchen: With the smooth taste of a Brussel and nutty undertone of kale they are delicious when steamed, stir-fried or baked with a creamy cheese sauce.

    Can be delivered from: late April to July.