Offers on plants from the show

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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!

from £9.99

Raspberry ‘Autumn Bliss’ is one of the best and most reliable autumn fruiting varieties, producing a heavy crop of large, attractive red berries from late August until mid-October. Their sturdy canes make them perfect for growing in smaller gardens and containers, as they don’t require support for their stems.

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£14.96 £30.96 Supplied as 18 x tubers & 3 x 45L GrowPods

Grow delicious potatoes effortlessly with the Patio Potato Grow Bag Selection. No need for allotments or back-breaking digging, just add compost and water, and soon you'll be savouring your own fresh harvest! The selection includes three varieties of seed potatoes ('Charlotte,' 'Pentland Javelin,' and 'Desiree'), along with three heavy-duty, reusable Grow Pods.

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£24.99 Supplied as an established plant, approx. 65-80cm tall in a 19cm pot.

Fuchsias are one of the most versatile of garden plants; their iconic flower colours and shapes decorating our summer gardens year after year. Here we offer you a lovely plant in flower and bud that will add instant impact and colour to your garden or patio from now until the first frosts of winter. With care and a frost-protected greenhouse, it will over-winter as well to give another gorgeous display.

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£19.99 £29.97 Supplied as 3 x 9cm pots

One of the more unusual varieties, Patty’s Plum is noted for its blousy, pinkish purple ruffled blooms that look like antique silk and its coarse, bristly leaves that provide a great backdrop for other plants. A real low maintenance, easy plant to grow, these poppies make a bold statement when planted as a group or as individual specimens.

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£25 £45 Supplied as 15 young plants (3 of each variety)

These perennial wallflowers are similar to their annual cousins, but can keep going for years. They have a very long flowering period, with masses of fragrant blooms. In shades of paprika-orange, dark red, lemon-yellow and mauve, they are easy to grow and are loved by pollinators. Simply pot on these young plants upon receipt and grow them on under cover to bulk up ahead of planting towards the end of May.

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There’s no more exciting winter task for a plant lover with itchy fingers than to start planning ahead for spring. Take a look at Farmer Gracy’s inspirational range of bulbs and plants, and whether you’re adding to existing planting schemes or getting creative with new combinations, you can enjoy a 15% discount on the brand-new summer range.

Use code: GWAPR24

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