Plants-Flower-icon-kSpring Flowers

It is spring flowers that bring our gardens to life and we experience the greatest pleasure admiring flower beds ablaze with perennials, dahlias, bulbs and annuals. With different flowers on show throughout the season, no two weeks are the same and you will not be able to resist changing the mixes and varieties ever so slightly each year.




There are masses of shapes, colours and sizes but they are all hardy and free flowering.




Popular and fashionable for generations, they will flower from June right through until te first frosts and will tolerate dry spells.



Shrub Roses & David Old Fashioned Roses 

Perfect companions in the flower border and add a glamorous edge to the display. They come in a combination of old fashioned shapes, pastel colours and many have a rich perfume.


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Sweet Peas 

This is the traditional British cottage garden flower, usually highly scented and perfect for cutting.




These biennials produce a rosette of foliage in the first year which are followed by tall woolly flower spikes creating a candelabra with creamy yellow flowers.