Plant of the Moment – Herbs
Herb plants are at their tasiest and best in May and so Plant of the Moment for May!
We sell over 40 types of herbs which of course includes all the popular ones like mint, parsley, chives, basil, marjoram, thyme, rosemary and sage. But we offer a lot of the less common herb plants too!
Check out our main page on Herbs and Herb Plants here
Hardy Fuchsias – a fresh crop from our nursery!
We’ve just put on sale a fresh crop of hardy Fuchsia!
Heron Cam progress
Cleeve heronry is located behind us here at Cleeve Nursery. This heronry is the largest in the old county of Avon.
Normally we would be beaming live pictures from a heron’s nest into our wild bird area of our shop. However, this year the selected nest was blown out of the tree by early spring gales and the herons have not rebuilt.
Nevertheless you can follow the progress here and see how the herons have coped with the late bad weather.
You’ll see that the British Trust for Ornithology survey shows a drop in numbers but with over 30 nests occupied there are still a lot of birds!
There’s more about the BTO survey here.
Succulents and Cacti are all the rage!
After falling out of favour for a few years we have seen a tremendous rise in the demand for these easy to care for plants!
Succulent plants and cacti are tough and non demanding plants to grow on windowsills and really anywhere where the light is good!
Air Plants are in stock and in vogue too!
We have a whole new range to open with in 2018!
Air plants and Tillandsia are very much back in fashion!
This new but specialist range that we are sourcing directly from the British grower and comes with all the supporting materials to make these fascinating plants flourish.
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