Offers on plants from the show

Flowers on bricked wall during daytime
Offers on plants featured on Gardeners' World

Did something catch your eye in the latest episode of Gardeners' World? Explore our offers on plants recently featured on the program and bring a piece of its beauty into your garden!

The early bird catches the worm or, in this case, a 15 per cent saving on Farmer Gracy’s exciting new range of spring-flowering bulbs to plant this autumn. With spring’s displays still fresh in your mind, now’s a great time to plan and recreate planting styles that inspire you. Pre-order spring bulbs today for August/September delivery.

Use code: GWJUN24

Offer Ends:
£6.49 £12.99

Add year-round interest to your garden with these half-price ferns, including Japanese Lace Fern, Copper shield Fern, and Dryopteris 'Cristata The King'.

Offer Ends:
£12.95 £20.95 Supplied as 6 x top-grade bare-root perennials

Echinacea borders attract a stunning array of bees and butterflies. The wonderful purple and two-toned flowers, slightly incurved, with lime-green-tips and pink-purplish petals plus a bronze cones look stunning amongst borders and in containers. Plus, receive a free packet of Primula Candelabra Hybrids seeds.

Use code: GWMAY24

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from £15.29 Supplied as jumbo plugs.

Peruvian lilies are prized for their long-stemmed blooms, which make magnificent cut flowers. This collection will provide colour in borders and patio containers for months on end, with plenty to spare for summer bouquets. This collection includes Alstroemeria Indian Summer, Alstroemeria Summer Breeze, and Alstroemeria Summer Lovely.

Offer Ends:
£24.99 £39.99 Supplied as 1 plant in a 3L pot

Pretty and compact, Acer palmatum ‘Taylor’ is perfect for smaller gardens, pots and patios, and will provide impact and colour throughout the year. In spring, the dainty, dissected leaves emerge salmon-pink, covering the bush in a soft peach glow, before maturing to a variegated lime-green and cream as summer progresses. Then, in autumn, they turn a uniform lime green before falling in winter.

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