Primroses are ready now in beautiful spring shades - perfect for planting in containers and brightening up borders. Perennial types such as Primula denticulata (drumstick primula) and named varieties of Primula vulgris are available too.
Spring flowering bulbs such as the popular dwarf Narcissus, dwarf tulips and allium bulbs are showing colour too.
Winter and early spring flowering heathers are in full bloom great for providing early source of food for bees.
The first batch of spring viola and 'Cool Wave' pansies will be available from early April which, when deadheaded regularly, will bloom throughout the season into the autumn months.
We also have a superb range of seeds this year with many unusual varieties ideal for starting off under cover ready to plant out in the warmer weather. Other types can be sown direct into the ground once ground temperatures have risen sufficiently.