Our French Lavender here at Cramden Nursery are responding to the warmer weather and longer day light hours and are coming in to flower. This is Stoechas “Fat Head”.
Aristo Darling one of our Regal Pelargoniums in flower at Cramden nursery at the moment. Regal Pelargoniums need to be regulary feed with a high potash feed so they can keep producing their beautiful flowers.
Wow look at the foliage colour on “Spotlight” Heuchera, it simply shines.
So good to see the first Regal Pelargonium flowers here at Cramden Nursery in the green houses.
This is Cramden Nursery from a birds eye view. Our nursery has 6 glass houses, and 4 polythene structures. We are situated on the A508 heading out of Northampton towards Market Harborough.
It takes 3 weeks for our zonal Pelargoniums to root through their jiffy 7’s. They sit on our heated propagated benches in a regulated temperature of 18 degrees day and night until they have lovely white roots.
As winter begins to fade signs of sping can be found in the garden and countryside. The catikins of the Hazel come in February and as the trees are leafless they are easy to spot. These pendulous catkins are the male part of the flowers, the female flowers are the red tufts that grow out…Details