Experts in water gardening
COVID-19 UPDATE – 12th November 2020
We are a small, family business and grow our plants on site which has allowed us to remain open for business during these unprecedented times. Despite the current second lockdown we’re delighted to say that we’re now able to dispatch within 3 working days! Please be mindful that these are dispatch times, and Royal Mail is not currently guaranteeing postal times so delivery times may still be longer than usual. You will receive an email when we dispatch your items, so will know when to look out for them. It is late in the growing season so our catalogue is reduced, however everything in the shop is available for delivery now and if planted now, will get a head start in the Spring.
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We pride ourselves on being experts in pond plants for everything from tub gardens, garden ponds, wildlife and community ponds to lakes. We can help you whether you are planting to encourage wildlife, to create a delightful garden pond or a sophisticated water garden feature, or even to control the dreaded blanket weed. We’re always happy to help, so if you have a question check out our articles and news below for the latest advice, hints and tips for getting the most out of your pond.
If your water lily is struggling, don’t despair! We have over 40 year’s experience in growing water lilies and here are our top ten tips for helping your water lilies to thrive.
If you dig, they will come Whether you want a wildlife pond, formal water feature or a koi pool, you need to plan the project carefully. Each type of pool, pond or lake, requires a different approach right from the start. In this blog we are going to walk you through...
Marginal or centre stage? This native species is a good example of how adaptive pond plants can be. Generally it is sold as a plant for the margins of the pond, but we have found that it flowers best in water that is 10-20cms deep. Butomus loves it's silty mud well...