If youre looking for something a little different this summer, then look no further than Osteospermum Sunbrella! Launched to great acclaim 2 seasons ago, the Sunbrella series offers new option for low maintenance baskets and planters in sunny spots. Sunbrella is the world's first true cascading or trailing Osteospermum, or Cape Daisy, and this collection comes in a mix of four gorgeous, soft spring colours, which can be used to fill hanging baskets and window boxes. The soft colours all tone beautifully together, and they look fabulous when planted in groups. When planted in hanging baskets, they will interweave to create a stunning 'ball' of colour from May up until the first frosts. With their long flowering period, these gorgeous flowers will provide you with a waterfall of colour, and best of all they love the sun, and are extremely drought tolerant! Varieties in this set Include: Sunbrella Pink; Sunbrella White; Sunbrella Salmon and Sunbrella Orange
This brand new and innovative product is the perfect solution to support the plants in your garden. Ideal for supporting floppy or young plants, indoor plants, climbers, trees and more. Not only that, they can be used for a whole range of tying and fixing needs in the garden and home. The unobtrusive green colour will easily blend in with the plants foliage. You can easily cut them to length with scissors, and they are completely reusable. This pack contains two 7.5m lengths enough for all your gardening needs.
150 top-quality bulbs, plus 150 extra free! Transform your garden with 6 whole months of fabulous colour each year - this fantastic offer is less than half the normal price you'd pay for 300 bulbs of this quality! From January right through to June you'll be amazed by the dazzling array of colours and variety of shapes from these quite brilliant plants. They are perfect for patio containers and flower borders and best of all, each of these items will naturalise, so you'll get bigger and better displays each year for many years to come! All of these bulbs are guaranteed to flower, so you'll get a minimum of 300 stems of vivid colour each spring. 150 bulbs included in this pack: Anemone 'De Caen' Mixed x 50 bulbs A carpet of reds, pinks, blues and whites. They love sunshine and their poppy-like flowers make fantastic indoor cut flower displays. Flowers: 100 days from planting! Height: 25cm Tall Tulips 'Triumph' Mixed x 25 bulbs A kaleidoscope of colour. Incredibly versatile, very strong and sturdy, with the classic tulip shape. Flowers: April. Height: 50cm Allium Mixed x 50 bulbs Bright clusters of flowers on slender green stems. Cut them for fantastic indoor displays. Great for beginners. Flowers: Apr-May. Height: 25cm Dwarf Narcissi 'Tete a Tete' x 25 bulbs Brilliant in pots, Tete a Tete produces lots of pretty, golden-yellow flowers from late February. Vigorous and strong. Flowers: Late Feb-Apr. Height: 15-20cm...
A complete 3 in 1 lawn treatment that simultaneously kills unwanted lawn mosses and weeds, without affecting the grass itself, as well as a feed to boost the grass blades and roots for better colour, stronger roots and more resilience to drought and heavy use. Covers 100.sq.m if applied as per label
A complete 3 in 1 lawn treatment that simultaneously kills unwanted lawn mosses and weeds, without affecting the grass itself, as well as a feed to boost the grass blades and roots for better colour, stronge roots and more resilience to drought and heavy use. Covers 100.sq.m if applied as per label
An unusual, but easy to grow compact shrub, producing stunning winter flower displays just as the days start to lengthen to spring. The branches are covered with gorgeously fragrant white flowers - occasionally tinged with pink, each one with a yellow centre - which appear on bare stems before the leaves re-emerge. Reaching a compact 1.5m height and spread over 10 years, it is perfect for smaller gardens, and can be grown in large pots for patio use too. It prefers sunny, sheltered locations, and is hardy to -6C or more. Very little pruning or maintenance required.
Bears Breeches are striking, impactful perennials which produce statuesque spires of immensely pretty purple, white and lilac flowers from May to September. Tough as old boots and very easy to grow, the flowers are weatherproof, so theyll look great whatever the British summer throws at them! Growing to 1m (3ft) tall, they are perfect for growing in clumps in your garden, or on their own in pots. Plant them now to establish the roots while the weather is warm theyll die back this autumn, and re-emerge next spring with spectacular displays all summer long! Like many herbaceous perennials, they will die back in winter, to re-emerge bigger and better next season.
If you are looking for a distinctive and memorable small tree for your garden, then look no further than Acer 'Flamingo'. This stunning selection of Box Elder was made because of the gorgeous pink tinged new growth that appears in Spring, which fades away to a lovely creamy white leaf margin, leaving a gorgeous soft and subtle variegation on the tree. In Autumn, it produces a glowing yellow display before the leaves fall. Fairly quick growing as a tree, it can reach 5M in 10 years or so, making it an ideal lawn specimen or feature tree for Spring, Summer and Autumn interest in smaller gardens. or it can be pruned each Spring and kept smaller to about 2.5M if space does not permit. It produces better pink colouration in Spring if it has been cut back hard. A great garden tree for creating shade, looking great all season when in leaf and for screening too.
The new 'Summer Fruits' collection of frothy Achillea, or coloured Yarrow as it is often known, will light up Summer perennial gardens and attract bees and butterflies too. In a zingy citrus range of coklours, you get 2 plants each of pale Lemon, Carmine red and Salmon, all with small golden eyes peeping out of the flower clusters. A cottage garden classic, they mix well with most summer flowering prennials, and will come back year after year.
Great for dotting around in mixed border plantings, or for creating a drift of sky blue to set the scene for brighter specimens, Ageratum Cloud Nine is an easy to grow and compact plant, producing lovely sky-blue woolly balls of colour in Summer, with no dead-heading needed.
Giant lilac spheres of flowers stand majestically on long stems above deep green leaves each spring. These wonderful alliums will look simply stunning in wherever you plant them in your garden you could also cut and dry them for fantastic indoor displays. Blooming in June and July, these truly head-turning plants will last for years to come. Related to onions (but dont eat them!) they are very tough and hardy and they are great for beginners.
Giant magenta-pink spheres of flowers stand majestically on long stems above broad, green leaves each spring. These wonderful alliums will look simply stunning in wherever you plant them in your garden you could also cut and dry them for fantastic indoor displays. Blooming from mid-May, these truly head-turning plants will last for years to come. Related to onions (but dont eat them!) they are very tough and hardy and they are great for beginners.
With their giant bright-white, starburst flower heads standing on tall green stems, these wonderful alliums will look simply stunning in wherever you plant them in your garden you could also cut and dry them for fantastic indoor displays. Related to onions (but dont eat them!) they are very tough and hardy and they are great for beginners.
With their vivid-white, globe-shaped flower heads standing above broad deep-green leaves these wonderful alliums will look simply stunning in wherever you plant them in your garden you could also cut and dry them for fantastic indoor displays. Related to onions (but dont eat them!) they are very tough and hardy and they are great for beginners.
Purple Sensation, with its enormous bright purple spherical flower heads standing tall on thin stems above deep-green leaves, will look simply stunning in wherever you plant it in your garden you could also cut and dry it for fantastic indoor displays. Plant them with white alliums such as Mount Everest for a wonderful contrast! Related to onions (but dont eat them!) they are very tough and hardy and they are great for beginners.
A specially formulated high Nitrogen feed for strong, lush growth, with added iron for greener, healthier lawns. Helps improve lawn colour through greening up, yet does not promote too soft a growth. Increases drought resistance though stronger roots too. Makes up to 300 litres of feed to use - great value.
Old favourites loved by gardeners all around the world. These fantastic anemones, with their classic, showy blooms appear as if from nowhere in early spring, creating a carpet of colour that will come back for years to come! Their vivid, double petals create a beautiful contrast against its deep-green foliage. They are very easy to grow once planted, leave them in the ground and they will flower for many, many years in a row, increasing in size as they go.
Antirrhinums or Snapdragons as they are more commonly known used to be very commonly grown late Summer and Autumn flowers for bedding and for cut flowers. Liberty F1 mix is a strong-stemmed selection with tall 30cm flower spikes in a fruit salad array of colours. Ideally planted en masse in pots or border plantings at about 20cm spacing, they will produce stunning displays from July well into Autumn. They can be cut for the vase when in tight coloured bud, or left to enjoy. Secondary later flowers may appear as side shoots once the main stem has flowered. Enjoy Snapdragons in your garden this year - they are on a resurgence in popularity due to their ease of growing and very rewarding displays.
A simple, easy and safe way to control crawling ants, coackroaches, woodlice and earwigs - in fact any insect that crawls through the powder. Apply librally on and near ants nests for best results. Can be used indoors or outdoors. Lasts for 3 Months if dry. Always read the label and wash hands after use - keep out the way of children.
'Braeburn' is the UK's most popular eating apple variety by far and it will easily grow and flourish superbly in your garden! The crisp and juicy white-fleshed fruits have what is considered by most to be the perfect sweet/tangy flavour balance, literally providing a flavour explosion with every mouthful! The gorgeous fruit will be ready to pick fresh from your tree by mid-October each season and will store well until the end of January if kept chilled but frost free. Because it is 'self-fertile' it does not need another variety to act as a 'pollinator'. Perfect to plant in to your garden or grown in a pot on your patio.