Spring has Sprung at Plantagogo

Our nursery is full of gorgeous new flowers, here are some ideas to brighten up your flower bed!

Corydalis

Corydalis ‘G.P.Baker’

Corydalis ‘G.P.Baker’ has pretty blue/green foliage with bright rich red flowers, with white edges in the spring time. Shop Corydalis here.

podyphyllum collage

Podophyllum ‘Spotty Dotty’

In the spring, as Podophyllum ‘Spotty Dotty’ grows the leaves push up through the soil like closed umbrellas and open out as they emerge. Green base with brown-red spotted marking through to autumn. Bright crimson-red flowers are star shaped and hang beneath the leaves. Shop Podophyllum ‘Spotty Dotty’ here.

Heuchera great for easy to care for gardens

Assorted Heuchera

Heucheras are great for easy care gardens, and come in such a great variety of colours and shapes.

heuchera collage

Heuchera ‘Pear Crisp’ & Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort’

Shop Heuchera ‘Pear Crisp’ here, and Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort’ here.

Heuchera phoebes blush collage

Heuchera ‘Phoebe’s blush’

Our Heuchera ‘Phoebe’s blush’ is named after my Granny Phoebe. This gorgeous plant is really pink in spring on the new foliage and changes through dusky pink, pale green, vanilla and all with a pink blush underside. It also has beautiful pink flowers. Shop Heuchera ‘Phoebe’s blush’ here.

Make sure you share any photos of any plants you get from us on our Facebook page so that we can see their new homes and your gorgeous gardens.

Happy gardening!

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2 thoughts on “Spring has Sprung at Plantagogo

  1. Sylvia Stanbra

    What do I do with my established heucheras at this time of the year they look straggly and grotty. Do I cut all the discoloured and damaged leaves away. Or do I either grow through the tatiness? Many thanks for you hep. Sylvia Stanbra

    1. ecom

      Hi Sylvia
      Tidy back old leaves in spring or when needed
      Cover stalks with soil if they are getting leggy or lift and bury the stalk by planting deeper (only needed if stalk is over two inches long) NEVER cut the stalks
      Taking care to NEVER bury the crown (the bit with leaves growing out of it)
      Give them a feed once a month with a seaweed feed… We use Seasol which we also sell on the website
      Dead head after flowing too
      Happy gardening 🙂

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