Category Recommended Flowers

Flowering plants to look out for this year.

Delosperma – the perfect resident for that dry sunny spot

I am a Delosperma fanatic. I have been collecting them for 10 years and here is a variety you have got to try! Lots of colour and hardy!

Clematis – Caring for your climber

Learn how to plant, prune, feed and guard your clematis against disease.

Plants for shade – Hand-picked selection

There are plenty of great garden plants to grow in partial to full shade. Here is a list of all of the varieties I can think of.

Succulents – Getting the most out of a dry garden

Growing succulents in your garden can be extremely rewarding. Easy to grow, propagate and these plants will thrive in places where others wilt.

Osteospermum – Hardy coastal garden favourite

Capture that holiday feeling by growing Osteospermum in your garden this year. Now there is a UK-hardy collection to try out.

Heavily scented flowers & plants

Get right up the noses of your neighbours this year with this very large list of scented garden flowers. A list of perfumed plants for all situations. Citrus, coconut, strawberries and many more scents listed.

Hardy Cyclamen varieties for winter colour

If you are looking for something unusual, easy to grow, hardy and will guarantee colour during the winter months, then look no further than the humble Cyclamen.

Cottage Garden – Plant guide

Get the most out of your outdoor space and cram in your favourite flowering plants to create your own cottage garden.

Exotic garden plants from seed

There’s nothing like growing your own plants from seed. Here are some exotic flowering plants to try this year in your tropical border.

Growing Canna Lilies from seed

Growing Canna Lilies from seed is incredibly easy to do and will produce plenty of these tropical flowering plants in no time at all.

Container gardening

There are many benefits to growing your plants in containers. This article will look at some of the advantages of Container Gardening and some of the best plants to try in pots, tubs and troughs.

Hanging baskets for areas of shade

It’s not easy trying to apply a little colour to shaded areas in your garden, but you can with this selection of hanging basket plants.

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