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Plant of
the Month

Erysimum (Wallflowers)

This month, we’ve chosen the free flowering perennial Erysimum (Wallflower) as our plant genus of choice.

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Gift Cards

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Beetham Nurseries Gift Cards offer the perfect gift idea for family and friends. They can be redeemed anywhere at Beetham Nurseries including: The Growing Nursery, The Gift Shop, The Food Shop & The Garden Cafe.

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Tips from the Nursery Manager

Greenhouses

Clean the greenhouse and ventilate on sunny days to prevent mould, moss and mildew developing.

The Perfect Garden Party

Are you ready for the warmer weather? We have an extensive collection of outdoor furniture alongside revolutionary new bbqs developed with 3 Michelin Star celebrity chef, Heston Blumenthal. Whether you are cooking fish, chicken, vegetables, or a pig on a rotisserie, you can put on the perfect garden party in style this summer.

Protect New Plants

Protect the growth of new plants from slugs. We have a good selection of slug deterrent products available - methods that are both humane and otherwise.

Sow Seeds

Sow seeds for most edibles; carrots, beetroot, broad beans, cauliflower, salad onions, cabbage, brussel sprouts, leeks, coriander, radish, turnip, peas, lettuce, spinach, swiss chard, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, chillies, aubergines, gherkins and celery.

Weeding

Get on top of weeding jobs as soon as possible - weeds will grow faster as the weather warms up. It's far easier to remove them now and regularly (once a week or more) before they become established.

Shallots, Onions & Garlic

Get shallots, onion sets and garlic planted out in rows if you haven't already done so.

Lawn Care

Feed, restore and returf your lawn if necessary.

Crop Rotation

Remember to rotate crops, this discourages pests and diseases and keeps essential nutrients within the soil.

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