Rhododendron Moerheim

Rhododendrons – Spring Colour

Every spring, rhododendrons and azaleas produce one of the most spectacular displays possible in the garden. They bloom in May and June, in colours ranging from vibrant reds, oranges and pinks to cool violets, purples, and cream-yellows and whites. This spring we have a large selection...

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British Grown Christmas Trees

Our British-grown, freshly-cut Christmas trees will available again from 24th November, with a range of different types and sizes including cut and pot-grown trees.  We have two different types of firs - the Nordman Fir (Abies nordmaniana) and the Fraser Fir (Abies fraseri) - and...

Acer Orange Dream

Japanese maples summer care

Japanese maples deserve a place in every garden. One of the most beloved trees we grow, they owe their popularity due to the staggering range of colours that changes through the seasons, their distinctively-shaped foliage and for being very suitable for growing in pots or...

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Roses for summer colour

We have a new selection of roses now in stock including climbing roses 'Arthur Bell' (yellow), 'Creme de la creme' (creamy white), 'Dublin Bay' (red) and 'Zephrine Drouhin' (pink). Our Floribunda varieties include 'Chinatown' (yellow), 'Remembrance' (bright red) and 'Margaret Merrill' (white). If you want hybrid tea...

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Colourful climbers

Climbing plants can add an extra dimension to all gardens. They will bring height, structure and general interest. They can also introduce extra colour and vibrancy to all corners and are fantastic covering for unsightly fences or walls. We currently have a great choice of...

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We are open | National Lockdown #3

National Lockdown #3 has been put in place to try to prevent the NHS from becoming overwhelmed. However, essential shops can remain open during this time and garden centres have been classified as essential.  Below are some of the reasons why garden centres are allowed...

Why winter is a great time to plant trees

The winter months (December to March) are a great time to plant trees. In the winter, trees will either be dormant or be approaching dormancy. This means they are not actively growing. You could say your tree is resting. But while the above-ground parts of your tree...

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Coronavirus | COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 UPDATE: 5th November 2020   We are staying open and trading as normal. Under the latest Government guidelines for England, Garden Centres are exempt from the November lockdown so we will be open our usual hours of 9.00am to 5.30pm Mon-Fri, 10.00am to 4.00pm on Sundays. We...

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7 tips on how to protect tender plants in winter

With autumn approaching there is now a chance of overnight frosts or heavy rain. Plants like citrus, tree ferns, bananas, dahlias, begonias, cannas and tender salvias will be at risk of damage if left unprotected. Here are some ways you can protect them. 1. Wrap your...

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Autumn Berries

If you feel your garden is lacking colour or interest in the autumn, why not consider introducing plants that grow brightly coloured berries? We have a wide selection of trees and shrubs that, in addition to their spring...