Who can fail to be cheered by a patch of golden daffodils bathing in the spring sunshine, or a vase of colourful tulips picked fresh from the garden? Spring bulbs herald an end to dark winter days, bringing a welcome splash of colour to the garden when few other plants are in flower. Daffodils, snowdrops and tulips, really are one of the easiest and most rewarding plants to grow.

If you want to fill your garden with colour next spring, plant bulbs from October to December, before the first frost. Bulbs are best bought when they're at their freshest and stored in a dark place until you're ready to plant them.

From August we have spring flowering bulbs in stock.
From January onwards we have an extensive selection of summer bulbs available.

Plant of
the Month

Euonymous 'Extravaganza'

​A superb new variety of this hardy, evergreen shrub.

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