Plant Care

No space to grow anything? Don’t know how or what to grow? No Problems!

Beautiful Acers!

We’ve just received some beautiful Japanese Maples (Acers). Check out our online shop in ‘trees and shrubs’ for details! 🙂🙂🙂

The Kew Gardener from above!

The Kew Gardener from above! We are open for business! Drop in and make your garden amazing! or order at our shop online. We deliver in 24 hours.

A spot of night gardening….

A spot of night gardening…. we work all hours to make sure you get the highest quality plants delivered to your garden in the very best condition…. deliveries made in under 24 hours.

Thank you!

A big THANK YOU to all of you who have ordered through the brand new web shop this week! We’ve got off to an amazing start! We have many more plants and gardening products to arrive yet too, so be sure to keep an eye on the site regularly. If there is a plant […]

The Kew Gardener Online Shop Is Now OPEN!

The passion and love for plants that has made our garden centre shop in Kew a success is now accessible online! 40 years since nurturing my award winning sunflower at just age 5, I am excited at our launch into the online gardening world! We have a wide range of fantastic bedding plants, fruit, veg […]

Super seeds!

Nothing more satisfying than growing your own plants from seed! Come and choose some seeds now to make your garden into a riot of colour!

Grow your own food!

Grow your own food! We have a very wide range of vegetable and herb seeds. It’s simply great to pick your home grown veggies, rather than buying them from the supermarket. Give it a go!

Mind Your Own Business!

This plant is called Mind Your Own Business, Angel’s Tears, or botanically Soleirolia soleirolii. Grow as a houseplant or outdoors. Keep on the damp side.

Acer ‘Osakazuki’

Acer ‘Osakazuki’ – this is my favourite of the Japanese Maples (Acers) turning this fantastic red colour in autumn. Stunning!

Purple Power!

Campanula ‘Get Mee Blue’ has fantastic purple flowers. In years with mild winters I have known this to have some flower on every single month of the year. Perennial and winter hardy.

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