New ways with Flowers
Wide borders of flowering perennials (plants that die down and come back up again annually) may look great in English gardening magazines, but let’s face it, who has the time or space to craft such visions? The reality is that most of us have small spaces and a few pots, so BIG impact with year round form and texture are key ingredients for courtyard and balcony gardeners.
Light weight pots
For a plant to truly shine in your space it needs to be paired with the perfect pot or basket. We get this 100% and are obsessed with making sure we have a great selection available instore and online.
Our beautifully handcrafted baskets come in shades to suit any look - from monochrome white & black to pinks and sage through to natural fibres in a variety of weaves.
New in store is our range of lightweight pots. Offered in modern tones of whites, greys and blacks they come in a variety of shapes, size and texture. We have created some special cluster packages that allow you to save when you buy 3, making it easy to have the instant impact of a group.
Indoor Plants for Spring
We know that everyone gets such joy from the arrival of Spring. It’s a real time to reset, re-organise and renew in all areas of our lives.
There’s so much inspiration and information around on how to embrace the season outdoors, but what does Spring look like for our indoor plant friends.
Perhaps it’s just sleep that you’re deprived of. In wellness circles, sleep is the new cure, and some corporations are including sleeping pods in their design. It is one of the best things you can do to keep your immune system healthy.
Fast Garden Fix Up's
Never before have outdoor living areas played such an integral part of hour we are going to socialize. If you’re having friends over, it makes sense to entertain them in the open air, and feel connected to the outside world.
Who doesn’t love the magic of an olive tree? Whether you’re growing it for its dense, silvery foliage, its distinctive fruit, or to espalier against a fence, we have the plant for you. Olives are drought tolerant and salt tolerant too, so you’re bound not to fail.