We have a large selection of composts, manure, bark and soil conditioners in stock now.  Although we are temporary closed you can still order by email and collect from our back gate. Payment by bank transfer or cash on collection.   Please email us with you your requirements and we will confirm your order and arrange a day for you to collect.

 

Please see click here for a  full list  – composts, manure, soil conditioners, bark etc  COMPOST MANURE & BARK ETC – LIST JAN 2021[207461]

We have had a delivery of perennials plants including Acanthus, Amarine, Digitalis, Geum, Heucherella, Lupin and also a delivery of potted bulbs- which can be transplanted into your garden or pots etc.  – please click on the link below to view the lists.

If you would like to Order and Collect please email your list to 

Plant List Jan 12th  

POTTED BULBS AVAILABLE 14TH JAN

 

We have now had a delivery of kiln dried logs – £8.00 each or 2 for £14.

Please find a full list here of what we have in stock – FIREWOOD JAN 12TH

If you would like to Order and Collect please send us an Email with your requirements.  We will then check stock and email you back with bank details to pay by online banking.

Our email is: 

 

Autumn is a fantastic time to plant fruit trees and we have had a great selection now in – all in pots and can be planted now – including cherries, apples, pears, golden gage, as well as blueberry bushes, Actinidia kiwi.

Fruit list available here FRUIT TREES OCT 2020

We have sold out of garlic and onion sets but in the seeds to plant now Aquadulce Broad bean, Pea Meteor and Green manure.

We have had our first delivery of compost, bark and manure from Melcourt Industries who supply us with a range or organic and peat-free composts. Their compost is endorsed by the RHS and has received many Which ‘Best Buys’.

PLEASE SEE BELOW A LIST OF OUR CURRENT COMPOST, BARK AND MANURE- IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ORDER AND COLLECT- EMAIL US YOUR LIST ALONG WITH A CONTACT NUMBER AND WE WILL CHECK STOCK AND EMAIL BACK WITH YOUR TOAL TO PAY BY BANKS TRASFER.

COMPOST LIST JAN 2021      

WE ALSO HAVE STULCH BACK IN STOCK 100 LITRES £10.00 BAG.  – EMAIL ORDER AND COLLECT .

 

We love this time of year in the garden centre as it means the arrival of lots of seeds and bulbs to plant for the Spring.

We often get asked at this time of year, “What kind of bulbs can I plant in Spring?” Well, here’s a selection to get you started…

  • Daffodils.
  • Tulips.
  • Narcissus.
  • Alliums.
  • Hyacinths.

And you can find all of these here at Shannons. Once you’ve bought your bulbs, here are some tips as to when and how to plant them:

Begin planting your spring flowering bulbs, corms and tubers between October and December, before the coldest winter weather sets in. You can plant them in containers or straight into borders, but as a rule of thumb, most bulbs should be planted at 3 times their depth.

We’re always happy to give planting advice when asked and so, happy planting!

Whether it’s for indoor or outdoor plants, we have a wide selection of pots for your plants.

If you’re looking for a pot for your plant, whether it’s an outdoor variety or one that is kept indoors, here at Shannons we have a great selection of pots in stock throughout the year from a range of leading suppliers.

For indoor plants, there’s the Elho range which comes in both plastic and china

And for outdoor plants, we have the popular terracotta pots and we also stock the frost-proof Yorkshire pots

Come along to the garden centre and take a look.

You’d like to brighten up your home but need a bit of help choosing the right houseplant for your space.

We’re here to help with a bit of advice when buying a new houseplant.

So, have a read of these tips…

Think about the room conditions where the houseplant will live – warm? cold?

Consider if you have pets as some leaves can be mildly toxic to them

Select plants for the lighting conditions in your home

Choose decorative plant containers to enhance the look of the houseplant

We look forward to seeing you here at Shannons soon to buy your new houseplant.