Trust you are all safe and well. Due to the very wet autumn and winter, our new garden is still not ready for planting. I have started both my Lilies and Dahlias in pots. Will I be able to transplant into my new garden in May or will I have to grow them on in pots for this season?
Yes we are all well thank you. Hope you are too. If you have already planted your dahlias and lilies in pots, then I would advise keeping them in pots for the rest of their flowering season. You can then move them and replant them in your garden once everything has died back ,This is usually the end of Autumn.
Hi. Happy easter.
Are the pollen free lilies safe for cats?
They are safe for Cats as long as they don’t try to eat the lily. But that is the same for a lot of garden plants. Usually what happens is a cat will brush past the stamen of a lily and then they lick it off their fur and that’s what is poisonous to them.
Lilies in a pot from last year, sprouting well at this time. Should I dig them out from the pot and replant? They flowered well last year. I bought them from you at the Hampton court garden fest.
No need to lift your lily bulbs and replant them for a few years. Leave them as they are for this year.
I would like to purchase some Tree Lilly Bulbs from you- but would like to send payment by cheque, in the post. May I have your postal address- or if you are nearby- perhaps I can visit your Nursery??
Yes of course – our address is
If you write a little note to say what you would like and add £4.95 for delivery that would be great.
I just wanted to thank you for your fabulous service and quality bulbs. At this time there are many of us who will take more comfort from their gardens than previously and it’s important to have businesses like yourselves supplying us in what are such strange times. I can’t wait for my new lilies to emerge! Keep up the good work and stay safe!
You’re very welcome! Thank you for the lovely words. It means a lot.