Here is “Indigo Dream” Agapanthus, we look forward to growing this at Cramden Nursery next year, I think the colour is just fantastic.
Wow all this sunshine is just great for our Dahlias here at Cramden Nursery. Here is Mystic “Dreamer” glowing in the sunshine. I think it looks gorgess in this terracota pot.
Sometimes natures just throws up something a little bit special. Our Agapanthus Africanus Blue has decieded to reward us with this extra large flower.
Here at Cramden Nursery our Dahlia range are getting alot of attention, just look at Mystic Fantasy with her large flowers she really is a stunner. This range of dahlias are a “Bee Heaven” loaded with pollen on a large single flower, making it easy pickings for them.
Here is our road side planting at the entrance to Cramden Nursery. What eles were wheelbarrows designed for!
Hardy Geraniums are great garden plants, here is Russell Pritchard with its pretty pink flowers, it has a superb sprawling habit. Great for front of borders or try something different and plant it up in a tall pot and watch it cascade over the edge beautifully.
Our Kashmir White Hardy Geraniums have been shining beautifully in the sunshine today. They will spread to form large drifts that will help to smother weeds. Low maintenance and long flowering a great plant for the borders.
Wow now thats a barrow full of flower power! These are Decorative Pelargoniums “Candy Flowers” breed by PAC the German breeder based in Dresden.
Pelargoniums really appreciate a good meal just like we do.But they are not looking for meat and 2 veg rather a good dose of potash (potassium). At this time of year what they are looking for is a liquid feed with a high potash content. This will stimulate bud production. Regular feeding will reward you…
Our Garvineas are looking GREAT. These plants are a new line for us here at Cramden Nursery. After a sad start with the low light levels of winter and spring they have put on some beautiful growth and flowers. Here is “Lisa” shining happily in the sunshine this afternon at Cramden Nursery.