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Plant of the Month

Plant of the Month - May

Our bedding plant of the month is the geranium, also known as the pelargonium.

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Plant of the Month - April

Our plants of the month are climbers. They can be planted for months to come, so once the Garden Centre is open again, you can view the range and choose your favourites. They...

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Plant of the month - March

Plant rhododendron and azalea now and watch them come into their prime over the growing season. Healthy rhododendron and azalea have loads of colour, supported with lush green...

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Plant of the month - February

The rose-like hellebore is a hardy winter plant that brings welcome colour to the coldest months. With blooms of white, pink, purple and pale green, it's a lovely addition...

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Plant of the Month - January

Our Plants of the Month are houseplants. There is a houseplant to suit every style of home, from the elegant orchid to the scented jasmine or non-flowering varieties of palms....

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Plant of the Month - December

The poinsettia is a well-loved Christmas gift, and poinsettias from Garsons have been reared in ideal conditions to maintain their foliage over the festive season. Fill your...

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Plant of the month - November

If you would like a garden with year-round appeal, pick shrubs that celebrate each season. We love the cornus this time of year, and it can be a great performer through the...

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Plant of the Month - October

Encourage wild birds with planting. Our October Plants of the Month are bird-friendly shrubs and trees. Planting native hedges such as hazel, dogwood, hawthorn and birch helps...

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Plant of the Month - September

Our plant of the month is the Heuchera. This highly ornamental evergreen herbaceous plant is at home in a patio pot or planted in the garden. It has great year round appeal...

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Plant of the Month - August

Fashionably late Japanese anemones! Our Plant of the Month is the Japanese anemone. They have been waiting for their turn in the garden and now their time has come to burst...

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