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Here at Lyndhurst, we have everything to satisfy your gardening needs. we have an extensive range of all varieties of plants, trees and shrubs constantly in stock, along with a large giftware range for that special occasion and a good homeware selection.
We have a coffee shop which serves hot meals, or light snacks and a wide range of beverages, also serving a large variety of ice creams and sundaes.
Do ask us about anything about gardens, plants and equipment; if any of us does not have an immediate answer for your question then we will find someone who does.
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Plant of the Week: Dahlia
After a spell in the fashion wilderness, we've rediscovered the delights of exotic-looking Mexican dahlias – and now we can't get enough of them. The sheer variety is mind-boggling, from the charm and simplicity of single-flowered 'Bishop of Llandaff' to spiky cactus flowers, tight pompoms or romantic waterlily types, in every shade from palest cream to sultry deep purples.
Now is the time to drop established plants into your borders, filling gaps and adding a look-at-me splash of colour. Discover a few new varieties each year and you'll soon build up a collection of spectacular colour to jazz up your borders from midsummer till the first frosts.
The gladiolus is both a popular summer garden plant, and a flower for cutting. For whichever reason you are growing it, the best plants are kept tidy and productive through regular deadheading. Pick off individual faded blooms, and the cut off flower spikes at the base as soon as they are over.
- Hang yellow sticky traps among greenhouse plants 3 July 2015
- The Hampton Court Flower Show celebrates its 25th birthday this week 30 June 2015
- Cut back geraniums which have finished flowering 26 June 2015
- Set up an automatic watering system 23 June 2015
- Add water-retaining gel to the compost in pots and containers 19 June 2015
One of the real skills of good vegetable growing is the ability to time the cycle of sowing, growing and harvesting so you always have a steady stream of goodies to pick fresh from your garden in Skegness.
It takes good planning and a few canny tricks to make sure you always have jus…Read more »