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Trees & Patio plants

Bay trees, standard

Bay tree pyramids

Bay tree ball

Holly trees

Box balls (Buxus)

Box pyramids (Buxus)

Box spirals (Buxus)

Box cubes (Buxus)

Box triple ball (Buxus)

Olive trees

Privet trees

Chusan palms

Chamaerops palms

More trees...

Pots & Planters

Faux lead planters

Fibrestone planters

Polystone/Stonefibre planters

Terracini terracotta pots

Italian terracotta pots

Cretan terracotta pots

Corten steel planters


Fire bowls - Corten Steel

Water bowls - Corten Steel

Terracotta bowls

Polystone bowls

Window Boxes and Troughs

Faux Lead Troughs

Fibrestone Window Boxes and Troughs

Stone fibre/Polystone window boxes and Troughs

Terracini terracotta Troughs

Italian terracotta Troughs

Tree Gifts

Bay tree gift

Olive tree gift

Bay pyramid gift

Buxus ball gift

Buxus pyramid gift

Holly tree gift

Gift vouchers

Terrace & patio gardening

Care tips for plants and pots | Container garden maintenance
Choosing patio plants, trees and pots
Container gardening | Gardening websites

Care tips & information on plants
Bay tree (Laurus nobilis)
Box (Buxus sempervirens)
Chamaerops palm (Chamaerops humilis)
Chusan palm (Trachycarpus fortunei)
Holly tree (Ilex x meserveae 'Blue Maid')
Olive tree (Olea europaea)
Privet tree, Ligustrum jonandrum (delavayanum)
Strawberry tree (Arbutus unedo)

Care tips & information on planters
Zinc pots and planters
Cretan terracotta pots
Italian terracotta pots
Faux lead clayfibre planters
Repairing broken terracotta pots and care tips

Container garden maintenance
Watering, soil, feeding, repotting and shelter

Choosing patio plants, trees and pots

1. Sheltered or windy position? Cube planters or large broad based terracotta pots are good for windy settings. Larger pots are less sensitive than smaller ones. Buxus balls are less likely to topple over than taller or unclipped plants. Some plants are also less tolerant of windy conditions so read the care tips first.

2. Sunny or shady? Many of our plants and topiary trees prefer a sunny position but some will tolerate shade (e.g. Box topiary). Read care tips.

3. Container gardening design. Here are a few ideas on container gardening design.

Entrances and gates will look elegant and balanced with a couple of identical containers and plants.

Grouping smaller container arrangements together or in rows will make a greater impression.

Some big or tall feature plants do not need to be grouped together to draw attention but remember that size is relative to the surroundings.

Staying with the same model (but maybe different sizes) and colour in a group of pots instills harmony.

On the other hand mixing colours, shapes, sizes will definitely give your terrace a more personal and less formal touch!

Container gardening

Container gardening is perfect for anyone with space for one pot or a hundred. Plants in containers will add character to any small or big garden.

  • A terrace, patio, courtyard, balcony or roof terrace will look and feel incomplete without container-grown plants.

  • Container plants enhance entrances to buildings or gated entrances to courtyards.

  • The portable nature of outdoor planters makes them easy to rearrange as often as one likes to create new visual effects.

  • Cultivating a plant in a pot makes one more aware of it's colours, fragrance, texture, shape and proportion. Container gardening awakes the senses.

  • Potted plants are easy and fun to maintain. The most drought tolerant plants can be left for long periods without any watering while the more drought sensitive need a soaking once in a while. Occasionally add some fertilisers. Prune if needed.

Gardening websites
Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)
BBC Gardening
National Trust, gardens, parks and topiary
Debby's Garden Links

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