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Pond Plants – NEW to The Walled Garden

By |2019-03-21T09:02:12+01:00March 20th, 2019|Walled Garden News|

Aquatic plants really bring a pond to life - not only do they greatly enhance the natural beauty of your pond, but they also play an essential role in maintaining the health of its water and inhabitants. Pond plants also absorb nutrients which could otherwise feed the algae that turns your water green and allows [...]


By |2019-02-05T12:06:09+01:00February 5th, 2019|Walled Garden News|

Seed potatoes are now available. We sell our seed potatoes by the Kg so you can select exactly the amount you need. This gives you the opportunity to try a few new varieties. We have in stock the following varieties: 1st Earlies: Arran Pilot, Sharpes Express, Foremost, Pentland Javelin, Rocket, Swift, Homeguard and Lady Christl. [...]

Happy new year!

By |2019-01-22T20:55:20+01:00January 10th, 2019|Walled Garden News|

Happy New Year from The Walled garden. We are now back open after our Christmas break. This is when all the hard work begins. Despite the near freezing temperatures there will be some root growth deep within the soil and although average temperatures in January and February are very similar the light levels will certainly [...]

Winter flowering pansies, Violas and Wallflowers

By |2018-09-13T12:27:37+01:00September 13th, 2018|Walled Garden News|

We grow the Panola strain of winter flowering pansies. They flower well throughout all but the coldest spells of wintery weather, remain compact and flower with added vigour in the spring. Available in 8cm pots (bigger and bushier than pack grown plants). 60p each 15 or more 53p. 12 colours to choose from [...]

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Car park work, new benches and the first signs of new growth

By |2018-01-28T22:15:45+01:00January 28th, 2018|Walled Garden News|

Contractors are working on enlarging the car parking area and in making an area where we can safely unload lorries. Our drive is therefore not as clean as I would like, but it should be sorted out by the first few days of February. All is dependant on the weather. I apologise for any inconvenience [...]

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Job Opportunity

By |2018-01-14T18:34:56+01:00January 14th, 2018|Walled Garden News|

Interested in working at The Walled Garden. The work is mostly outdoors and a great opportunity to enhance your plant knowledge and growing skills. Rarely are two days the same. People often underestimate the diverse skills required to run a successful nursery. Many jobs nowadays are very specialist. If you [...]

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The Walled Garden Gift Vouchers

By |2017-12-15T15:31:42+01:00December 15th, 2017|Walled Garden News|

    These are now on sale with values of £5, £10 and £25. Available at the nursery with a cost at the face value of the vouchers. We will put them in the post. If you do not live locally and want to buy tokens, please phone the nursery 01728 602510 to make [...]

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Pot grown Wallflowers

By |2017-09-09T11:59:45+01:00September 9th, 2017|Walled Garden News|

Wallflowers in pots 2017 Wallflowers are grown in 8cm square pots. These are larger than last year and as the plants have been given more space, they are bigger and better branched. The sooner they are planted in the autumn, the larger they will grow, and come the spring, they will be covered [...]

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Viola Sorbet

By |2017-09-05T22:13:11+01:00September 5th, 2017|Walled Garden News|

Winter Flowering Violas Viola Sorbet series flower well through the winter. The flowers are about half the size of the Panola pansies and though they are smaller, they are more numerous and come in a range of colours, some delicate, and others more flamboyant. Bright colours cheer up the dull days of [...]

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