Conditions are now perfect to plant all your summer veggies, not to mention a plethora of stunning annual and perennial flowers. Get them in quick and stay on top of the weeds to ensure you get to enjoy your plants to the fullest.
Full range now available, including tomatoes, basil, beans, eggplants and peppers. Plant herbs like coriander and parley in part shade to protect them from the afternoon sun.
There’s still plenty of time to sow your summer veggie seeds. Click here to learn more
Plant in free draining soil and mix in compost and Kings Slow Release Fertiliser. Dwarf varieties are available, and are the best for container growing.
Heaps of other fruit instore and ready for planting, including strawberries, rhubarb, raspberries and blueberries. Click here to see some of our range
There’s a great selection still instore. Plant now to enjoy their delightful blooms this spring and summer. Click here for some of our catalogue
Delightful in full sun or part shade. We’ve a great range now in!
HEDGES AND SCREENING
Getting hedges and large screening trees in now gives them time to get settled in before summer. Keep newly planted trees and shrubs well watered and feed with Kings 24+.
Add a delightful dash of colour instantly. Choose from petunias, lobelias, alyssum, gazania, marigolds, snapdragons and heaps more in our seedling punnets, potted colour and kings colour ranges instore now.
There are loads of gorgeous long-flowering perennials now in, including some petunias, calibrachoa, lavender, nemesia, geraniums, and heaps more. Plant in soil mixed with compost and sheep pellets. Click here to see some of our range
Protect newly planted seedlings from slugs and snails with Quash. Keep on top of any weeds emerging in newly planted beds. Regularly remove laterals from your tomato plants and feed them.
Apply mulch around your garden to help suppress weeds and reduce your watering needs as it starts to get hotter.
Get your lawns sorted now to get it looking nice for summer. Use Weed N' Feed to feed your lawn and kill off broadleaf weeds (remember to be careful around the edges and not spray your flowers, shrubs or veggies). Repair bare patches by sowing the area with lawn seed.