Seasonal Must Haves
Even though winter is a quiet season, there's still plenty of work to be done. The cold months of December through March provide a perfect opportunity for building cloches, cold frames and even greenhouses to extend the harvest season. Also, winter is a great time to start early spring crops from seed. Finally, since winter reveals a garden's framework, it's an ideal time (frozen ground permitting) to dig new beds, lay paths, and gather sticks for staking beans and peas.
An eyecatching small, bushy evergreen shrub, with branched, downy stems, scale-like, sliver-grey leaves and small, rounded, terminal clusters of creamy-white to pale yellow flowerheads in summer.
Therapy Kitchen Diffuser Mandarin, Mint & Basil
Freshen your kitchen and eliminate lingering cooking odours.
A giant variety with intense purple compact globe-like flowers. These appeared on stout stems over a prolonged time and even after the flowers had faded, the seedheads remained attractive for several weeks.
Kent & Stowe Hand Bulb Planter
Enjoy easy planting of spring bulbs and potatoes. Made from lightweight polished carbon steel, this ergonomic planter includes a serrated edge for easy soil entry and a 4-inch depth gauge to ensure consistent accurate planting.
Narcissus Thalia producing two, milk-white flowers per stem in spring. These are about 5cm across, with small cups and narrow, slightly twisted outer petals. A beautiful addition for those spring borders.
Sophie Allport Hedgerow Berries Scented Reed Diffuser
This luxury reed diffuser from Sophie Allport will softly fragrance a room for up to three months. The diffuser's fragrance liberates the aroma of earthy sweet berries.
Mixed Crocu Bulbs Bulk Bag
Mixed shades of purple, lilac-blue, striped, orange and white make up this bulk mix of goblet-shaped flowers that appear in March and April above slender, strap-shaped leaves.
Allium Mont Blanc
'This hardy perennial 'ornamental onion' boasts deep green strappy leaves and large, dense, spherical heads of pure white blooms.