If you are anything like me, you have managed to put off the cold weather preparation for some of your plants. Until now we have left out Agapanthus outside in their pots but it is now the time to bring them in so they are kept away from the worst of the winter weather. If…
Agapanthus all potted up and ready to grow here at Cramden Nursery. As soon as they have been potted up they straight away look bigger plants and you can almost hear them sigh with relief to have more room for their roots.
Our new Nursery Mantra: “If we don’t change, we don’t grow. If we don’t grow we are not really living!” Gail Sheehy
Potting up Lavenders for next summer here at Cramden Nursery. Wow the green house smells beautiful and so very relaxing today.
Here at Cramden Nursery we are busy potting up our Agapanthus. Check out the roots on these, they are so ready for the next size pot.
Many Agapanthus will be still in flower this month so keep on top of your liquid feeding with a good high potash feed such as “Geranium Elixir” which is used here on the nursery. Cut off any flowering stems that have “gone over” to stop them trying to form seeds and thus waste their energy.…
We are coming to the end of the summer and to the end of our season here at Cramden Nursery. Our Sale has been on now since the beginning of August and everything must go, so greenhouses can be emptied out cleaned down and we can start all over again. Drop and in see what…
We have some great looking Agapanthus here at Cramden Nursery at the moment. Our Nursery cat Bella thinks so too.
The bees are loving our Lavender here at Cramden Nursery, here is stoechas (the French lavender) Lilac wings being inspected.
At last I can share with you a pic of our plants at Chelsea last week. They were part of Kensington Roof Show Garden. Here you can see the red flowers of “Kate” a trailing Pelargonium as part of a mixed under planting of this beautiful gnarly olive tree.