All above information from http://www.gardenersworld.com/what-to-do-now/ & are in no way based on our current stock.
Good morning gardeners. We hope that you all had a wonderful weekend of gardening & possibly a bit of sport watching.
The good news for the thrifty amongst you, there are still some fruity bargains to be had. Our half price fruit sale will continue this week along with our £1.50 1ltr perennial plant clear out. Still plenty of bargain £5 Datura left too.
We have also taken delivery of some fresh ilex crenata. There are various forms including bush & topiary cones & balls. As many people in London seek to replace their buxus, Ilex crenata demand is high & therefore supply is under strain but we will endeavour to keep a range in stock for as long as possible.
Due to high demand a fresh delivery of herbs has been arranged for this week. It will probably be with us by Thursday, but check in with us to make sure. Roses too are on their way. A limited range of Hybrid Teas, Floribundas & Climber varieties should be with us by the coming weekend along with some fresh David Austins.
On the nursery this week there is still plenty to do. We are currently potting the last batch of cyclamen ready for autumn sales plus there is still a lot of shrub potting to complete which should keep us busy well into August.
That is all for this update.
Have a great week and… 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