Clay Soil

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Grow Media Clay Pebbles

Clay Pebbles can be used for soil free growing. They can promote healthy root growth as they absorb and store water and those important nutrients. The clay pebbles can be used as 1 part pebbles and 9 parts compost to aerate creating valuable air pockets. They can be…  More Info

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Carrot 'Paris Market - Atlas'

…tender carrots that make a tasty, nutritious addition to lunchboxes. These compact carrots are ideal for growing in containers and windowboxes. The short roots also cope well with clay soils where other carrots struggle. Height: 30cm (12). Spread: 15cm (6). These…  More Info

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald 'n' Gold'

…months. With a naturally spreading habit this dwarf evergreen shrub is ideal for borders, groundcover, low hedging and patio containers. Tolerating drought, heavy clay soils, sun or shade it's no wonder this reliable Winter Creeper has been awarded an RHS AGM! Height:…  More Info

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Escallonia 'Apple Blossom'

…structure in even the bleakest months of the year. Robust and easy to grow, Escallonia ?Apple Blossom? is a fantastic shrub for low-maintenance gardens, thriving in coastal situations and difficult clay soils. Escallonia shrubs also make superb evergreen hedging…  More Info

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Lysimachia punctata

…mid-summer onwards. Golden Lysimachia is ideal for growing in moist perennial borders, bog gardens or pond margins and will thrive in difficult clay soils. Naturalising well in a wild or woodland garden, dotted loosestrife is a valuable late-summer perennial,…  More Info

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Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'

…RHS AGM, Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety' can even be trained to climb a wall or fence. Thriving in almost any position, including difficult clay soils, and shade, this tough winter creeper will even tolerate drought once established making it an invaluable addition…  More Info

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