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Saturday 25th Feb we are holding 3 workshops in the Centre at 2.30pm, 3.30pm and 4.30pm to show you how to sow seeds and plant seed potatoes in containers.
If you have never sown seeds before or planted seed potatoes this is an ideal opportunity to see how it is done for Gardeners of all abilities.
Charlotte our Bonsai Consultant will be making her annual visit to the Garden Centre on Friday 3rd March and Saturday 4h March 10.00am - 4.30pm.
This is your opportunity to bring along your Bonsai Tree for a Free Health check or if you are thinking of buying a Bonsai you can get specialised advice from Charlotte. 10% discount of all Bonsai Plants and pots and related products on the two days.
We now have our new seasons roses in stock from Patios, Hybrid T, Floribundas, Climbing, Ground Cover and Standards. Most varieties are
fragrant and disease resistant Celebration Roses for all occasions including Special Mum, Special Dad, Special Daughter and many more.
Roses should be planted 60-90cm apart using Westland Rose Tree & Shrub Compost which has a slow release 4 month feed. Spray Roses from early
April with a fungicide to control blackspot, mildew and rust, such as Roseclear. Feed existing roses with Westland Rose Feed from mid March and prune back roses to 3-4 strong shoots from base.
Recently arrived a large range of dwarf conifers all conifers are evergreen growing from 20cm to 90cm slow growing. Conifers like good drainage when planting. Conifers can be Upright or ground cover green or blue or golden. Ask for advice when planting conifers not all conifers can take strong wind.
Sometimes known as the Lenten Rose most are evergreen and are in bloom now height 30-60cm. Flower from January up to late April.
A very hardy shrub growing up to 3 met high, Can be cut after flowering to maintain the desired shape and height. Can be grown in the border or
containers must be planted with Ericaceous compost (Lime free). Plant in a position where the buds will not get morning sun. If the buds thaw out too quickly they will go rotten and drop off. Always keep well watered. In the summer and feed with ericaceous food.
Excellent range in a variety of colours to give Winter Colour plant in groups of 3 with Ericaceous compost (lime free) space 45cm apart cut = back after flowering.
Plastic Pots & Containers. Glazed Pots, Hozelock water products, Lawn fertilisers, Tools, Composts, Garden Chemicals.
Hebe's, Clematis Avalanche, Roses, Dianthus, Phormiums, Trees, Fruit = Trees, Raspberry Canes, Primroses, Bulbs in Pots.
Our monthly Garden Club meets on Monday27th February at 7.30pm. 15.00 fee for one year. 20% discount on the night of the garden club
and 10% off full retail during the year. Please feel free to come along.
If you require any advice on any gardening products or issues we will = help all we can. You can call in, telephone or e mail

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