Care & Cultivation

Care & Cultivation Fact Sheets
Please enjoy our fact sheets below. If you have any other questions regarding Care & Cultivation, please email or telephone us on 01423 506450
Planting Raspberry Canes

Planting Raspberry Canes

Canes should be planted 50-60cm apart with 120-150cm between the rows. Canes for planting are usually available from November to March. If the soil is too wet to plant immediately the canes should be “heeled-in” until conditions improve. They should be planted firmly...

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Planting Potatoes for Christmas Harvest

Planting Potatoes for Christmas Harvest

It is possible to plant and grow some varieties of seed potatoes in late July/August and harvest them, just in time to enjoy at Christmas. First and second early varieties such as Charlotte, Pentland Javelin and Duke of York are amongst the...

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June Plant of the Month
Roses

Roses

Roses bring style and elegance to any garden, be it large or small. There are climbing and rambling roses to cover walls, fences, arches and arbours, roses that grow meters upwards to flower in the...

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Tips from our Nursery Team

Jobs for June

Jobs for June

Deal with weeds as soon as they emerge. The sooner you tackle them, the less work you’ll have later.If you’ve not done so already, plant out your summer bedding.Keep a look out for powdery mildew,...

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Care & Cultivation Guides

Wisteria

Wisteria

Wisterias are woody deciduous climbers, which are native to the eastern states of North America, China and Japan. They are cultivated for their showy, pea-like fragrant flowers, which are borne in...

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