tete a tete

spring primroses

Spring Bedding.

Various Pansies and Violas 

They do best in a fertile soil in sun or part shade: in pots, use a peat-free multi-purpose potting compost, and in the ground improve soil with well-rotted organic matter before planting. Regular watering, feeding, and deadheading will keep pansies looking good and encourage more flowers.

Tete a Tete Daffs. 

‘Tête-à-tête’ is one of the most popular dwarf daffodil varieties available. Standing at only 15cm high, its small size makes it ideal for planting in patio containers or at the front of the border. The deep golden yellow flowers appear in early spring, with each stem bearing up to 3 blooms.

Various Primroses 

A very popular plant for spring bedding displays. They provide reliable colour to beds, borders and planters and will bloom for far longer than any other spring flowering bedding plant.  Grow primroses in a sunny or partially shaded position. and dead-head regularly for continuous flowering.