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We pride ourselves on being different. We invite you to come and discover the unusual, the rare, the beautiful and the quirky! Visit our traditional retail plant nursery (Now Open!), have a bite to eat in the Garden Cafe, explore our new Home & Lifestyle space, discover our new Food Hall (stocked with fresh local produce and artisanal goodies!) or unwind in our Tearoom with a freshly ground coffee.
Summer Bedding Plants & Summer Bulbs
We have an extensive selection of summer bedding plants and bulbs now available.
Check Your Outdoor Furniture
Check outdoor furniture for rust and rot and replace if necessary. Make sure you're prepared for those sunny days in the garden!
Get on Top of Weeding
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.
Protect From Frost
Keep your eye on the weather, we may still have a frost yet! Protect your greenhouse, container plants and tender young plants.
Pick mangetout sown in the autumn - keep them well watered when not in flower.
On warmer, sunny days it can get very hot in the greenhouse. Open vents to regulate the temperature - don't forget to close them when it begins to cool down.
Don't Forget to Water
Warmer weather and windy days can really dry the garden out and damage small plants. Remember to water well either early in the morning or evening.
Protect Against Slugs & Snails
Young plants can be eaten before you know it. Get slug prevention methods in place now before it's too late!
Aphids can severely affect the vigour of plants. Regularly check your plants (especially the underside of rose leaves) for their presence. If found, destroy manually or use an effective spray such as RoseClear.