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2209, 2019

Spring Flowering Geraniums

By | September 22nd, 2019|

Now that summer is relinquishing its grip and autumn is nudging its way in it’s a great time to think ahead to next spring. While the overnight temperatures are dropping, the soil and daytime temperatures are still warm enough for plants to put down some roots and to establish themselves [...]

409, 2019

When to tidy your geraniums

By | September 4th, 2019|

Personally I don't think there is a wrong or right time to do this, as in the perfect time through the growing season. Being as some geraniums will have a short seasonal flowering period, such as spring or summer and some will go nearly all year long, it really depends [...]

408, 2019

Mound or clump forming geraniums

By | August 4th, 2019|

There are so many geranium species suitable for any location and situation that I think it could be possible to plant a whole garden with just geraniums and have flower and foliar interest for at least 10 months of the year. In this blog we're going to cover clump or [...]

809, 2019

Geraniums for Dry Shade

By | September 8th, 2019|

One of the most brilliant things about geraniums is how they will generally grow anywhere. There are of course always a few exceptions and some will have more particular requirements. In this blog we're going to look at geraniums suitable for areas of dry shade. Firstly we need to understand [...]

1108, 2019

Summer 2019 Newsletter

By | August 11th, 2019|

Our Summer 2019 newsletter is available to read online, click here to get the latest news from the nursery. If you would like to subscribe to the newsletter please follow the subscription link on our Home page. You can also keep up to date with the nursery by following us [...]

408, 2019

G’s for Bees

By | August 4th, 2019|

I’ve received several questions over the last few weeks regarding bees and pollinators about how to help them and encourage them into gardens. I’m no expert but it’s certainly a hot topic. In short bees see colours differently to humans, as a result, they are often most attracted to flowers [...]

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