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For our online store, we are currently delivering to the following postcode areas. All online orders are dispatched from a separate location. In-store delivery zones and charges may vary. Please note that heavy items may be subject to an additional charge. If an additional charge is applicable, it will be stated in the product description. For more information, contact us, or use our online chat.
We aim to dispatch all orders within 7 working days, however, this may vary depending on the volume of orders we are processing. We are using our own team of drivers and vehicles. Social distancing is being observed and our delivery is operating as a contactless service. We will ring the doorbell to notify you of the delivery, but will not require a signature. All orders are delivered to your front garden or driveway. Deliveries to a further location must be agreed upon in advance. An extra charge may be incurred.
For our online store, we are delivering to the following postcode areas:
Ageratum is a popular bedding plant known for its fluffy, powder-blue flowers. It is an annual plant that typically grows to a height of 15-45 cm and spreads to a width of 15-30 cm. The flowers bloom in clusters, and each flowerhead is made up of many tiny, fuzzy flowers that give the plant a soft, delicate appearance. Ageratum plants prefer full sun to partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. They are often used as edging plants or in mixed borders, and are attractive to bees and butterflies. Ageratum is also commonly used in container plantings and hanging baskets.
Sweet Williams (Dianthus barbatus) are popular bedding plants that produce clusters of fragrant, colourful flowers in shades of pink, red, white and bi-colours. They are typically biennial plants, meaning they complete their life cycle over two growing seasons, but are often treated as annuals and replanted each year. Sweet Williams have a compact growth habit, reaching heights of around 30-60 cm and spreads of around 20-30 cm. They are well-suited for use in garden borders and containers, and make excellent cut flowers for floral arrangements. Sweet Williams prefer full sun and well-draining soil, and are relatively low-maintenance, requiring moderate watering and occasional deadheading to promote continuous blooming.