Our latest email sent out on Thursday 16 July includes the following offer: REWARD CARD EXCLUSIVE £10 OFF a spend of £40 or more on plants in July (If you are not a Reward Card member, sign-up in store today and receive your voucher)

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We are looking forward to reopening and welcoming you to our new venture – we’ve missed you! Steff’s Kitchen plans to open its doors again on Tuesday July 7th at 9am. We are In the process of putting lots of systems in place to keep you safe,  so things will be a little different for…

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Our Click and Collect service offers you the opportunity to shop from home and either arrange a convenient time to collect, from a designated spot in our car park or to have it delivered to your home. We have selected plants, compost, gardening items and furniture available.  We are not able to put all of…

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We are delighted to be back open with our normal opening hours and are pleased to see all our valued customers again. We have plenty of plants and gardening products, but you may wish to consider substitutes if your usual plants or brands are not available, as our suppliers are also working under constraints at…

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Heuchera When your mail order plants arrive – unpack and water if necessary, leaving them to settle for a couple of days. We recommend 9cm pots are potted up before planting outside. We do not recommend planting if the weather is frosty. Planting in the garden – Heucheras are happy in most soils, provided that…

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If you want pots full of dense and colourful bulbs in spring, planting layers of different bulbs, also known as a bulb lasagne with plants planted above will produce a long lasting mass of colour. The largest and latest flowering bulbs need to be planted deep at the bottom, with the earliest and smallest on…

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We expect a lot from a lawn these days and the autumn is a great time to get it ready for the winter but also, it aids a lawn to recover from the winter period. Before any treatment wait until your lawn has recovered from the summer drought and is green and in active growth.…

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ONLY CERTAIN FLOWERS ARE EDIBLE AND EVEN THOSE LISTED AS EDIBLE NEED TO HAVE BEEN GROWN UNDER CONDITIONS SUITABLE FOR CULINARY USE (NO CONTAMINATION BY ANIMALS OR PESTICIDE RESIDUES PRESENT). Edible flowers add colour and flavour to both sweet and savoury dishes.  They have to be home-grown as they need to be gathered fresh on…

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With a small amount of forward planning it is easy to grow a supply of beautiful fresh flowers to cut for your home. Even if you don’t have a dedicated area it can be just as good to mix flowers into your existing borders or vegetable patch. In Patrick’s Patch, the rows of flowers are…

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Home-grown strawberries are sweet and flavoursome and you can pick just as you need them.    Strawberries picked in the warmest part of the day will be at their sweetest.  They are very easy to grow and adapt well to growing in containers.  They just need a sunny spot with soil which drains well. Planting New…

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