Peach Flambe Heuchera, is looking fantastic,it’s foliage colour is so vibrant and bright.
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.
The soft velvety buds of the pussy willow tree are out, a good sign that spring is on its way. They look like fluffy white rabbit tails and are so soft to the touch.
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.
Something a little different: Here is species Pelargonium caffrum in flower in March! Not only are the flowers weird and wonderful but its leaves resemble the fingers of a hand they are so deeply cut.
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…
The cold grey weather of February is brightened up for us here at Cramden Nursery by the vibrant flowers of the Witch Hazel. The spidery flowers come in oranage, red and yellow and give a gentel scent of the summer to come . The Witch Hazel begins to flower as early as January, bringing us…
February is a time of anticipation for spring and summer colour in the garden. There are, however plants that can liven up your garden with colour even in this grey month. Hellebores come in an array of colours to brighten up your borders with either simple single flowers or dramatic double flowers.