All above information from http://www.gardenersworld.com/what-to-do-now/ & are in no way based on our current stock.
Good morning #garden lovers. Good weather is forecast for RHS Chelsea Flower Show week. The premier gardening show always boosts interest around plants & garden design especially for us nurseries based in London. We hope that you enjoy the coverage & you gather inspiration which is really what it is all about.
Here on the nursery we are all set for another busy week. Sorry that we neglected the social posts last week but we were too busy serving customers on site. Visitors are always are premier focus at such times.
We still have an excellent selection of Bedding plants & Patio Plants but our vegetable selection is running low. It is worth remembering that we have finished the production stage for boxes of bedding & pots of patio plants, so the stock currently on site is it for the year. So please do not put off your buying trip too much longer.
To celebrate Chelsea week, we will attempt to post some plants this week that have a link to the famous show or some of its contributors. To start, the photo with this mail is Hydrangea “Runaway Bride” which was 2018 plant of the year, an accolade announced at Chelsea every year. We have it for sale NOW where a lot of suppliers are only taking orders for it.
That is all for this update. Enjoy the run up to another Bank Holiday weekend & getting your garden spick’n’span for a BBQ or two.
Happy Gardening Everyone.
Garden retail like it used to be.
Here at Clockhouse Nursery we pride ourselves in providing reasonably priced plants & the products you need to grow them effectively.
That is all.
So, no need to wade through the tide of unnecessary paraphernalia that you will find in most modern garden centres.
No need to worry about parking either as we have over 150 spaces available.
Not many Garden Centres can boast over ninety years of history, and yes, we have seen many changes over that period. Indeed change will continue as we strive always to supply the best in plants and facilities. One thing, however, will never change:
The core philosophy first introduced by Archibald John Mills way back in 1928 remains - the philosophy that built the company’s reputation, sustains it now, and will guide it in the future:
The best way to keep gardeners happy is to offer them plants of the highest quality, sold at reasonable prices.Read more