Ever wondered what happens when plants do too well in our ponds, lakes and waterways? Some invasive plants can be a real problem. It’s up to all of us to prevent them from getting a hold in our local environment. But would you know one if you saw one? At...
So, you have your pond, and you’ve bought your plants, now what? First of all, for best results, we advise our customers to grow all plants in individual containers (except for some oxygenators), often referred to as planting baskets or crates. Unlike standard...
Natural ponds and other watery places, when left to their own devices, tend to be associated with surrounding boggy bits. These can provide a wonderful growing area for all kinds of special plants such as marginal plants or bog/wetland plants. Both native an...
Festive Closure We will be closed over the festive period.
Last orders must be placed by midnight on 8th December 2021.
All orders received after this date will be fullfilled week commencing
17th January 2022 (weather willing). Please note - you can continue to purchase gift cards and request
pond plans during this period.
We would like to wish everyone a very merry Yule and a happy New Year.
Message updated: 29th November 2021 Dismiss