Category: Plants & Plant Care

Rose (patio) Wildfire - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Wildfire – Bare Root

patio Rose, Great For Small Spacesrepeat-flowering In Clustersdouble Roses For Extra Flower Power choose Rose Variety Wildfire For Your Patio Or Balcony For Years Of Summer Colour. With Its Fragrant Flame-orange Roses That Appear In Big Numbers From June And Last The Whole Summer It Makes A Welcome Addition To A Sunny Site Outdoors Especially With Nearby Topiary, Bay Trees Or Box.position Patio Rose Wildfire In Containers, One Plant To A 30cm (12in) Pot, And Fill With Rich Soil Which Your Rose Will Very Much Appreciate When In Full Flower.for A Wildlife Garden Create A Row Of These Roses To Form A Low Boundary Hedge, Great For Pollinating Insects Like Bees And Hoverflies.useful Tip:rose Wildfire Is Hardy And Disease-resistant Making It As Reliable As It Is Pretty. We Recommend That You Remove Any Withered Flowers Regularly And Rose Wildfire Will Pay You Back With More And More Flowers To Take Their Place.give Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Rose (patio) Scarlet - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Scarlet – Bare Root

beautiful Vibrancy And The Perfect Growth Height For Patios And Containershardy And Has Outstanding Disease Resistanceproducing Flowers From June To Septemberdouble Blooms For Even More Flower Powerenjoy Adding A Touch Of Scarlet To Your Patio Or Border This Summer. Rose Scarlet Is An Exciting Compact Rose To Add To Your Garden. It’s Lightly Scented And Big In Colour. We Love Combining Rose Scarlett Patio With Rose White Patio For An Amazing Colour Contrast Of Vibrant Red And Crystal White.rose Scarlet Has Excellent Disease Resistance, And Is Hardy To Uk Weather. Meaning That You Will Be Able To Enjoy Your Flowers All Summer Long. You Can Also Expect Your Roses To Return Year After Year.this Rose Prefers To Be Grown In A Sunny Location In The Garden And In Doing So You Will Be Rewarded With A Better Display Of Flowers. However, It Can Also Flourish Well In Partially Shaded Areas.

Rose (patio) Carefree Days - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Carefree Days – Bare Root

rhs Garden Of Merit Awardbeautiful Vibrancy That Works In Beds Or Containers.offers A Light Scent Throughout Summer Into Autumncompact Behaviour Wish Bushy Foliagecarefree Days Is A Rose That Easily Catches The Eye. Its Dark Green Foliage Combined With Its Extremely Vibrant Pink Petals Makes This Rose A Real Showstopper.if You Choose To Plant In A Bed Or Border The Compact Bushy Habit Makes It Great Company For Other Roses That Like To Spread. We Also Think That Carefree Days Is A Perfect Companion For Roses That Offer Subtle Pail Tones. The Contrast Creates Stunning Beds And Borders.its Compact Growth Habit Also Makes It A Great Choice For Pots And Containers, The Ultimate Patio Rose. It’s Also Perfect To Create Wonderful Symmetry Outside Of A Front Door Due To How It Remains In The Pot.carefree Days Is Part Of The Floribunda Family. It Prepares To Grow In Full Sun And Thrives In Those Conditions.

Rose (patio) Raspberry Royale - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Raspberry Royale – Bare Root

manageable Patio Roserepeat-flowering All Summer And Into Autumnuk-hardy And Suitable For All Outdoor Spaces choose Rose Raspberry Royale For Your Patio Or Balcony For Welcome Summer Colour Whether You Have A Garden With Flowerbeds Or Simply A Balcony Or Patio To Place Pots Around. Raspberry Royale Reveals Lots Of Red Roses, Generous In Scent And Flower-power With The Layers And Layers Of Petals On Every Flower.you Can Position Patio Rose Raspberry Royale Singly In Containers Filled With Rich Soil Or Bring Them Together At The Front Of A Border To Form A Hedge, Great For Pollinating Insects Like Bees And Butterflies.useful Tip:rose Raspberry Royale Is Both Hardy And Disease-resistant. We Recommend That You Take Of The Withered Flowers Regularly And These Rewarding Roses Will Produce Further Flowers To Take Their Place For A Longer Flower Display Each Year.treat Your Plants To A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Rose (patio) White - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) White – Bare Root

exciting Double White Flower Heads And Disease Resistant Leavesshort And Sturdy Perfect For Patio Plantingit Is A Deciduous Rose That Behaves Well In Most Soilsperforms Best In Full Sun And Hardy To Uk Conditionsenjoy Beautiful Clusters Of Double White Beautiful Roses, With A Touch Of Fragrance Surrounding Your Patio This Summer. Create A Focal In Your Garden By Surrounding It With Rose White. Then It’s Time To Relax And Enjoy As You Smell The Aroma And Hear The Sounds Of Bees Hopping From Rose To Rose.flowering From June Through To September, You Will Be Able To Enjoy Your Flowers When The Uk Weather Is Usually At Its Peak, Meaning You Can Get Out In The Garden And See Them For All Their Beauty.a Rose Known For Its Excellent Disease Resistance, It Prefers To Be Grown In A Location That Has Full Sun And Into A Soil That Has Plenty Of Nutrients.enjoy Rose White Patio All Summer Long.

Rose (patio) Flower Power Gold - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Flower Power Gold – Bare Root

manageable Patio Roserepeat-flowering All Summer And Into Autumnwith Contrasting Glossy Leaves choose Rose Variety Flower Power Gold For Your Patio Or Balcony For Inviting Bright And Fragrant Yellow Roses Which Come Into Bloom From Around June And Last The Whole Summer. This Rose Variety Is Neat And Compact So Suits A Formal Garden Nearby To Box Balls Or Other Examples Of Topiary.plant Patio Rose Flower Power Gold In Containers Individually And Fill With Rich Soil. You Can Surround Your Rose With Yellow-flowered Bedding Like Marigolds Or Monkey Flowers.as An Alternative Bring A Row Of Plants Together At The Front Of A Border To Form A Knitting Hedge, Great For Pollinating Insects Like Bees And Butterflies.useful Tip:rose Flower Power Gold Is Both Hardy And Disease-resistant. We Recommend That You Remove Any Withered Flowers Regularly And Flower Power Gold Will Thank You By Producing More And More Flowers To Take Their Place For A Longer Flower Display Every Year.give Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Rose (patio) Claire Marshall - Bare Root 0

Rose (patio) Claire Marshall – Bare Root

patio Rose, Great For Small Spacesfragrant And Repeat-flowering In Clustersmulti Layers Of Petals For Fragrance And Impact rose Claire Marshall Is A Delightful Rose Variety Which Gives You Lots And Lots Of Clustering Blooms Of Fragrant Pink Flowers On Compact And Tidy Perfect-for-patio Plants. Flowering Happily From June Right Into September Claire Marshall Is Disease-resistant So As Dependable As It Is Beautiful.position Patio Rose In Containers, One Plant To A 30cm (12in) Pot, And Fill With Rich Soil Which Your Rose Will Very Much Appreciate When Revealing Its Beautiful Blooms.we Recommend That You Partner This Pretty And Free-flowering Patio Rose With Formal Topiary Box And Bay Plants For An Attractive And Exuberant Display. Offset The Pink Blooms With A Surrounding Ring Of Busy Lizzies Or Petunias.useful Tip:rose Claire Marshall Is Both Hardy To Variable Uk Weather Conditions And Disease-resistant Making It As Reliable As It Is Pretty. We Recommend That You Dead-head Your Rose On A Regular Basis And Rose Claire Marshall Will Continue To Flower More And More.give Your Newly Planted Bare-root Plant A Rich, Moist Soil Like John Innes No3. Whether They Are In Containers Or Planted At The Front Of Beds They Will Appreciate The Rich Formula That John Innes No.3 Offers.

Fuchsia Delta's Sara 3l Potted Shrub 0

Fuchsia Delta’s Sara 3l Potted Shrub

rare Colour Combinationfully Hardycomes Back Year After Year rare And Enchanting Blue And White Colour Combination Of This Wonderful And Hardy Fuchsia Variety. Coming Back Year After Year Flowering Shrub Delta’s Sarah Provides Summer Colour To Your Garden In The Later Part Of Summer When Other Blooms Have Finished Their Displays.plant To The Back Of A Border And Watch The Flowers Unfurl From Pendant Buds Through The Summer. Complementing Other Blue And White Flowers In Later Summer Like Delphiniums, Late-flowering Clematis And Anemones You Can Produce Impactful And Scented Displays Easily.as An Established Pot Plant We Recommend That You Plant Up In Nutrient-rich Soil Like John Innes No. 2 And Water Well Though The Summer Season. Fuchsia Delta’s Sarah Will Be Grateful For Liquid Feed High In Potash And Reward You With Ballerina Blooms Further Into The Summer And Autumn Season.these Flowers Are Great For Pollinating Insects With Long Tongues Like Hummingbird Hawk-moths Which Are A Joy To Watch Hovering From Flower To Flower.

Digitalis (foxglove) Dalmatian White - Plants 0

Digitalis (foxglove) Dalmatian White – Plants

tall Spires Of Flowers Reaching 90cm (3ft)attractive To Beneficial Beeshappy In Sun, Happy In Shadehappy In Moist Soilswhite Trumpet Flowers With Attractive Plum-coloured Freckleslovely Cut For Vases Indoorsdalmatian White Foxgloves Are A Wonderful Addition To The Back And In The Centre Of Your Border. Every Summer Tall Spires Of White Flower Open Out, Offering Lovely Colour And They Thrive Even In Heavy Shade Underneath A Garden Tree. Happy In Full Sun Too, Be Sure To Keep The Soil Moist So Your Dalmatian White Foxgloves Thrive. Foxgloves Even Thrive In Containers If You Want A Wildlife Garden But Have A Concreted Back Yard Only.this Foxglove Variety Looks Lovely Planted In The Middle Of A Container As A Centrepiece Too Surrounded By Shorter Bedding Like White Lobelia, White Petunias Or Even Purple Petunias To Complement The Purple Freckly Centres Of The Individual Trumpet Flowers Of Your Foxglove. as Your Foxglove Plants Come Into Flower Enjoy The Attention They Bring From Our Much-loved British Insects Like Bumblebees And Lacewings.useful Tip:if You Love Your Foxgloves Give The Spikes Of Flowers A Tap Or Two In Late Summer To Disperse Seeds From The Seed Heads. Seedlings Will Pop Up Near To The Mother Plant For The Next Generation Of Flowers.

Digitalis (foxglove) Dalmatian Mix - Plants 0

Digitalis (foxglove) Dalmatian Mix – Plants

three Healthy Young Plants For Planting In Your Gardengrows Well In The Sun, Grows Well In Shadeattracts Pollinating Beesthree Complementing Varieties In Your Mixenjoy The Beautiful Trumpet Flowers From This Great Mix Of Foxgloves. Every Flower Is An Attractive Trumpet With Pretty Freckles Within. Foxgloves Are Tall And Stately And Being A Resident Of Many A Uk Forest Or Wood They Perform Fantastically Even In Deep Shade. Plant In The Centre To The Back Of Borders Where Their Spires Shoot Up Producing The Pretty Flowers In Abundance.lovely In Cottage Gardens Or In Modern Gardens Either At The Back Of A Border Or Along A Wall-side Border. Consider Cutting Some Of The Stems For Cut Flowers To Complement Other Woodland Flowers That Look Great In Bouquets Like Hydrangeas And The Dramatic Long, Spear-like Leaves Of Crocosmia.as Your Foxglove Plants Come Into Flower Enjoy The Attention They Bring From Our Much-loved British Insects Like Bumblebees And Lacewings. Growing To A Height Of 60-90cm (2-3 Ft) They Look Great At The Back Of Borders Or Under Trees That Give Heavy Shade. Foxgloves Even Thrive In Containers If You Want A Wildlife Garden But Have A Concreted Back Yard Only. with A Rosette Of Large Leaves At The Base Of The Flowers, There Is Opportunity For Mammals And Ground-loving Birds To Shelter And Hide From The Searing Sun And Predators. If You Love Your Foxgloves Give The Spikes Of Flowers A Tap Or Two To Disperse Seeds For Seedlings For Next Generation Of Flowers.