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Strawberry 'Mount Everest'

…pouches, Strawberry 'Mount Everest' can also be trained up a climbing frame or obelisk for easy picking - and for a real talking point in your garden! This ever-bearing variety produces a delicious crop of medium-sized, sweet fruits from June until September. Height:…  More Info

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Rose Climbing Collection (Climbing)

A glorious selection of climbing roses that will fill your garden with scent and colour throughout the summer. Perfect for training onto walls and pergolas. Bare root plants supplied. Height: 3m (10') Spread 2m (6').* Collection comprises:* Rosa 'Paul's Scarlet' - Large clusters of…  More Info

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Defenders Fruit Tree Grease Band

…of the year - at the beginning of winter, when codling moths will be looking to climb into a tree to lay eggs; and summer, when ants and caterpillars can be at their most active. 175cm length of band is supplied, so that multiple fruit trees can be protected.…  More Info

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Ornamental Gourds Mix (Seeds)

Fun-to-grow mix of small fruited gourds in a wide selection of colours and shapes. Plants will climb, cascade or spread over ground. Fruits can be harvested, dried and varnished. Height: 35cm (14). Spread: 200cm (79).  More Info

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Hedera helix 'Goldheart'

…look particularly impressive in dark, shady corners, the climbing plant can also grow on walls, fences or trees that are exposed to some sun. It grows quickly to provide a dense covering along with yellow-green flowers in autumn, followed by black fruit. Height: 8m …  More Info

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Chempak® Clematis Food

…nutrition at the right time. Chempak® Clematis Food is the perfect fertiliser feed for all your climbing plants - excellent for clematis, honeysuckles, hanging baskets, bedding plants, flowers, fruit, vegetables, dahlias, houseplants, gladioli, ornamental trees,…  More Info

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Grape 'Chardonnay'

…world, and is certainly one of the most popular varieties. This self-fertile Grape produces sweet fruit that can be enjoyed freshly picked, when they ripen from September onwards. In the UK, the fruits ripen early enough to miss the first frosts, making this a great…  More Info

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6 x 6 Waltons Evesham Wooden Greenhouse

The 6 x 6 Waltons Evesham Wooden Greenhouse is great for those wishing to get out in their garden and grow their own fruit, veg, or flowers! This robust timber greenhouse is perfect for beginners and more experienced gardeners alike, offering plenty of room for staging and a potting…  More Info

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Grape Duo

Two of the most popular varieties for making wine! Whether you prefer red or white, this Grape Duo will provide plenty of fruit for your favourite tipple, or for eating fresh from the vine. Grapes are both productive and attractive, making a fabulous garden feature. Their twining…  More Info

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Rose 'Eyes Collection' (Floribunda Rose)

…note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. Rosehips and petals can be used in making syrups and the petals will add flavour to cold drinks or fruit dishes. For more details about edible flowers click here. Companion planting: Try growing roses with garlic, chives, thyme…  More Info

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Grape 'Cabernet'

…When sweetened they make a delicious and refreshing juice. The fruits are borne in conical bunches, ripening late in the season from October. In the UK, Grape ?Cabernet? produces the best crops when grown under cover, where the fruits can ripen properly with the risk…  More Info

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Strawberry Full Season Collection

…has made it one of the most well-known and best-loved varieties available. This mid-season strawberry produces a bumper crop of juicy orange-red fruits with an excellent flavour and texture from June to July. This superb variety is reliable and tolerant of most situations.…  More Info

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Passiflora caerulea

…Snow white petals are crowned with an explosion of purple stamens at their centre for a really exotic look. The prominent egg shaped, orange fruits that follow are edible, although rather unpleasant to taste. An easily trained, vigorous climber that will quickly cover sunny…  More Info

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