Category Recommended Flowers

Flowering plants to look out for this year.

42 Colourful flowers for your garden

Why not cheer yourself up this summer with an overdose of colourful flowers in your garden?

15 [Easy to grow] flowers

A list of common, easy to grow flowers for your garden this summer. For the first time gardener.

Growing Helleborus from seed

Winter flowering Helleborus are surprisingly easy to grow from seed. A highly rewarding long flowering perennial – attractive in the garden all year round.

Growing Canna – what do you need to know?

The Canna is a very popular, tropical relative of the banana. With striking flowers and amazing leaves, it’s a good idea to ensure you’re offering the best growing conditions for your Canna.

Fragrant flower garden – sweet scented collection

A list of fragrant flowers for your garden. Scented plants for hanging baskets, trellis and pagodas, borders and pots.

Cool blues – flower garden

An extensive selection of cool blue flowers for your garden.

Fiery garden flowers

Warm up your borders and baskets this summer with a cheerful selection of fiery garden flowers.

Tropical garden flowers

A comprehensive list of tropical flowers for your garden. Featuring hardy annuals, perennials and shrubs.

Plants for a small garden

Finding plants to suit a small garden can be a challenge. Here is a list of colourful plants and vegetables that you might want to try in your own garden.

Long flowering garden plants

We all want to get the most out of the garden, so here are a few annual and Perennial plants that will provide you with many, many weeks of colour and great value for money.

Top 15 hardy tropical plants for the UK garden

Transform your suburban garden into the tropics. Many plants from tropical environments – perfectly hardy and will thrive in the UK.

Hanging baskets from seed

This bundled collection of seeds offers superb variety and value for anybody interesting in growing plants suitable for hanging baskets on a budget

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