INSANE OFFERS!

 

INSANE OFFERS!

Sean has some fantastic offers in-store this weekend!

Top Quality Plants - Unbeatable Prices

HEATHERS

£2.99 EACH

TRAY OF 6 FOR

£5

PAINTED HEATHERS

£2.49 EACH

TRAY OF 6

£5

 

GAULTHERIA 

£3.99 EACH

TRAY OF 6

£5

MINI CONIFERS

£1.99 EACH

TRAY OF 6

£5

6 PACK HEATHERS 

WAS £9.99

NOW

£5

CAREX GRASS

£2.49 EACH

TRAY OF 6

£5

 

Herb Plants

1 litre pots £3.99

Valid until 31 October 2014

3 for £10

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Carpenders Park Garden Centre

Carpenders Park Garden Centre flourishes as Hertfordshire's most inspirational garden retailer, coupled with our award winning plant nursery. We invite you to view our ever expanding range of garden products from seasonal plants to garden structures and water features or simply relax and let our wealth of ideas and displays inspire you in your garden. Read more...

Dog Friendly

YOU WILL ALSO FIND: - Ample free parking - Free advice from our experts - Local Delivery Service - Carry to car - High chairs  - Wheelchairs

We are open every bank holiday...

Plant of the Week: Trees

Plant of the Week: Trees

Every tree has its moment of glory: brilliant scarlet autumn colours on Japanese maples, the glowing coppery bark of Tibetan cherries, or clusters of jewel-like berries on rowans.

But the real head-turners are trees with spectacular flowers. Plant Japanese cherries like 'Shirotae' for huge froths of blossom to outshine all others in the spring garden, with the possible exception of flowering magnolias, from waist-high 'Leonard Messel' to tall, stately M. grandiflora. The small dark flowers of the handkerchief tree (Davidia involucrata) are surrounded by huge, droopy white bracts in May, and evergreen Eucryphia x nymansensis 'Nymansay' bursts into papery cupped white flowers soon afterwards. 

Evergreen Garden Club

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Mulch Trees

Mulch established trees now with a good layer of well rotted manure, leaf mould or garden compost, but make sure that the mulch does not touch the trunk this is to prevent pests and diseases harming the bark. Best done after rain so moisture is trapped.