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New products at Crocus

by Sarah - January 6th, 2016.
Filed under: Crocus, New Products.

Crocus has these new products today

Hampton bench

Hampton bench £329.99
Being produced from a high impact polystyrene which is totally recyclable and resilient means that these benches are heavy, reliable and will last for years. In fact, you will not believe these are not made from real wood. You do not have to treat these with oil, paint etc as you would do with wood, just find a suitable sunny spot for it in your garden and relax. It is also UV protected and can be wiped clean, leaving it looking as good as the day it arrived. Some easy assembly is required. Measurements: Two seater: Length: 126.6cm Width: 60.4cm Height: 93.5cm Three seater: Length: 162.2cm Width: 60.4cm Height: 93.5cm

Hanging bird bowl

Hanging bird bowl £9.99
Not taking the birds too far from their comfort zone, these can be hung from the branch of a tree, filling them with either food or water. The bowl can be easily lifted out of the supporting ring for cleaning. Available in both green and sky blue, both the spun steel bowl and cantilever hanging frame are powder coated. Measurements: Height 29cm Diameter: 26cm

Geum 'Borisii' (avens)

Geum ‘Borisii’ (avens) £6.99
Position: full sun Soil: well-drained soil Rate of growth: fast-growing Flowering period: June to August Hardiness: fully hardy Brilliant, terracotta-orange, single flowers with prominent yellow stamens (4cm / 1.5 in) across are held on upright stems among rosettes of pretty, scalloped leaves from early to late summer. This vigorous perennial will quickly form a pretty carpet that looks equally at home in a cottage-style garden, a rock garden or in gravel. It needs full sun and dislikes waterlogged soil. Garden care: To prolong flowering, deadhead regularly. Lift and divide large clumps in early spring or late autumn.

Verbena 'Claret' (vervain)

Verbena ‘Claret’ (vervain) £4.99
Position: full sun Soil: moist, well-drained soil Rate of growth: average Flowering period: June to September Flower colour: claret Hardiness: frost hardy Dark claret flowers are produced throughout summer and into autumn above feathery, green foliage. A vigorous, ground-hugging perennial for a sunny spot, which looks lovely in a ‘hot’ border. It associates really well with yellow and orange flowering plants, such as Crocosmia ‘George Davison’ and Dahlia ‘Arabian Night’. It also looks lovely planted in pots on a sunny patio. Garden care: Protect plants in winter with a dry winter mulch around the crown.