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Plants of the Month

Plants of the month - February

Pretty as a primrose We've chosen the primrose as our Plant of the month to cheer us all up. Primroses are perfect for gloomy days. Plant them in baskets and containers...

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Plant of the month - January

Wake up your winter garden with crocuses Introduce some winter colour with the crocus, our Plant of the Moment. For such a dainty little plant, it pushes its way through...

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Plant of the month - December

Fill your home with festive plants Give a cheerful welcome to your guests and go for natural decorations that look great indoors. Choose a real wreath and festive garlands,...

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Plant of the month - November

Colourful Cornus The Cornus, commonly called dogwood, is a family of stunning shrubs and small trees. They come into their own this time of year, so check them out to discover...

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Plant of the month - October

Berry good shrubs! Our plants of the moment are shrubs with colourful fruits and berries. They're just the thing to bring colour and interest to the garden over the...

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Plant of the month - September

Late flowering perennials Don't give up on colour in the garden now it's turning autumnal. Our plants of the moment are late season perennials. They have been growing...

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Plant of the month - August

Prairie planting is where you create landscaped areas of perennials and grasses for a lovely unstructured look. It's growing in popularity, since ornamental grasses give...

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Plant of the month - July

Create a butterfly haven Add a new dimension to your garden displays with colourful flowers you can enjoy and that will welcome in butterflies too. A wide range of bedding...

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Plant of the month - June

The clematis is our Plant of the Moment. Climbers such as clematis are ideal if you want an abundance of flowers trailing up your garden fence or wall. They will also scramble...

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Plant of the month - May

Create a herb garden that looks almost too good to eat! How about growing herbs to keep within easy reach this summer? There's a great selection of seeds and plants...

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