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Plant of the Month

Plant of the Month - June

Heaven-scented roses. A scented rose with beautiful blooms is a heady combination, especially when the warmth of June brings out the perfume. There are fragranced varieties...

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Plant of the Month - May

Gorgeous geraniums. Our bedding plant of the month is the geranium, also known as the pelargonium. May is the time to plant your summer containers and garden borders with...

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Plant of the Month - April

Colour your vertical spaces with climbers. Whatever the size of your garden, there is probably room for a climber or two. In a small space, they add height and interest without...

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Plant of the Month - March

If you would like to brighten up your home, why not try an orchid? Our Plant of the Month is the Phalaenopsis, or moth orchid. A popular houseplant, loved for its elegant,...

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Plant of the Month - February

Camellia - The romantic camellia is perfect for Valentine's Day with its lovely blooms and shiny evergreen leaves. It is one of the few plants providing a big splash of late...

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Plant of the Month - January

January - Plant of the Month - House Plants, help purify the air, reduce airborne dust levels and keep air temperatures down while brightening up rooms. There is a house...

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Plant of the Month - December

Our plant of the month is the bay tree or Laurus noblis. Not only is it an evergreen that looks good all year round, it has fantastic ornamental value when clipped and its...

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Plant of the Month - November

Plant of the Month: Nandina Grow Nandina for vibrant colour through the seasons. It's a small and compact evergreen shrub with red leaves. It's also known as sacred bamboo,...

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Plant of the Month - October

October's Plant of the Month is Hedges. If you would like hedging in your garden, autumn is a great time to plant it. Decide what type of hedge would suit your situation best,...

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Plant of the Month - September

Our plant of the month is the chrysanthemum. It's great for filling in bare patches or brightening a dull spot where summer colour has faded. Like dahlias, the chrysanthemum...

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