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New products at Plant Me Now

by John - February 21st, 2015.
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New lines at Plant Me Now

Metal Riddle 8mm

Metal Riddle 8mm £9.9500
This metal riddle or soil sieve has an 8mm square wire gauge. Hardwearing, metal construction. A useful tool for the keen gardener.

Trieteleia Ocean Fusion (20 bulbs)

Trieteleia Ocean Fusion (20 bulbs) £5.9500
A slightly more unusual mix – our Triteleia Ocean Fusion contains blue, lilac and white triteleia bulbs for a cooler display this summer. Low growing (20cm) it’ll work at the front of flower beds or in containers and window boxes for a ‘cool’ display!

Yeoman Carbon Steel Potting Trowel

Yeoman Carbon Steel Potting Trowel £3.9500
The Yeoman carbon steel potting trowel is narrower than a standard trowel easier when potting small plants and bulbs. Features a handy measure for depth. Featuring the revised Yeoman colour scheme, and carbon steel finish, makes this hand tool great value for money.

Broad Bean De Monica Seeds

Broad Bean De Monica Seeds £2.5900
De Monica is probably the earliest variety of broad bean to produce a crop from spring sowing. These vigorous high yielding plants produce 5-6 very large, succulent beans in hang down pods. Good source of vitamin B1, folate and fibre.

Dahlia Rising Sun (1 tuber)

Dahlia Rising Sun (1 tuber) £2.4500
Rising sun is a sunny yellow dahlia with striking apricot tips. It grows up to 100cm tall and flowers all summer long. A defining figure in your beds and borders this summer. Dahlias like any well cultivated, garden soil with a good supply of organic material. Sunny sites away from strong winds. Use as a border or bedding plant dahlias make good cut flowers. Short varieties can also be grown in containers on the patio or balcony. Dahlias vary in height, so plant at the front or back of borders or in pots, according to height. Keep the plants well watered during growth. Either lift tubers after flowering and store frost free in dry compost or particularly in warmer areas, cover with a mulch over winter. For early flowering, tubers may be started off in boxes in April; use a light soil mixed with compost. Keep slightly moist, cool and free from frost. When he danger of frosts has passed, plant out the sprouted tubers. If used as a cut flower, cut the stems on when the flower has fully developed.

Lobelia Cascade Mixed Seeds

Lobelia Cascade Mixed Seeds £2.0900
A half-hardy annual, flowering the same year. Trailing habit, unbeatable in baskets and window boxes. Fascinating range of colours for added interest