Hawkesmill Nurseries: Order your vegetable and ornamental plants now for March delivery

by | Mar 4, 2017 | News | 0 comments


Warwickshire based Hawkesmill Nurseries the family run business who grow over 3.5?million plants throughout the year, do not just grow ornamentals, but edibles too!

Hawkesmill Nurseries have a rich tapestry of both flowers and vegetable varieties on offer which are available for delivery from March this year.

The wide selection of vegetables provides not only a mixed array of top favourites such as Tomatoes (with 10 types in total) , Peppers and Cucumbers, but also Aubergine, Beans, Leeks, Onions, Peppers, Pumpkin, Sweetcorn Gherkins, Marrows and Squashes. These are supplied in?9cm pots which now come in?newly introduced re-usable trays?of 12. ?Provided with each range are full colour, barcoded, lock in variety labels and full colour POS boards, along with bench pricing strips.

Also for deliver from March are?a beautiful?and varied?selection of?Pulmonaria,?Nectascordium, Primula vulgaris?and Aubrieta.

The Pulmonaria mixed varieties includes ‘Trevi Fountains’, ‘Opal’ and ‘Sissinghurst’.??Whilst?other Pulmonaria types?boast?sumptuous names such as?’Victorian Brooch’,?’Raspberry?Splash’ and ‘Blue Ensign’, describing perfectly the richly coloured and handsome blooms on offer. ?Pot size is?2 litre and these collections contain?36 plants.

The highly unusual Nectascordium?siculum, also known as ‘Sicilian Honey Garlic’, is an exotic perennial with an umbrella of creamy green flowers.? Pot size 2 litre and containing 24 plants.

The always popular Primula vulgaris, also know as the ‘Native Primrose’,? never fails to light up benches in the spring and is supplied as 40 plants in 1 litre pots., together with lock-in labels and colour bed card.

Aubretia ‘Kitte’, brings a splash of rich purple on?super formed, large flowers, borne on compact plants.? This is a spring ‘must have’ and is supplied as 1 litre pots, containing?80 plants and with additional large lock-in labels and a colour bed card.

?Spring is virtually on our doorstep, says Richard Evans Sales Director, Richard continues?? ?And as usual we have a fine bounty of tasty vegetable varieties and simply gorgeous irises on offer. ?We recommend ordering as soon as possible so as not to miss out on the deliveries of these which will be commencing in March !”

Garden Retailers can contact Hawkesmill Nurseries for more information about?collections and general availability by contacting the company on 01676 532334 or by emailing sales@hawkesmillnurseries.co.uk

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