Dry Sun Plant Combination
Dry sunny spots can be tricky, but if you invest in plants, which once established.
Structural Interest Plant Combination
It is important to have certain plants in the border that have a strong structural presence.
Long Flowering 'Plant Combination'
All the plants in this collection produce their flowers in abundance over a long period.
Low Maintence 'Plant Combination'
If you dont have oodles of time to spend out in the garden, but you still want it to look nice.
Drought Tolerant ' Plant Combination'
Once established, these sun-loving plants can cope with drought, which is handy if you are not a dab hand at watering.
Steep Slope Plant Combination
Steep slopes can be hard to manage so you need to plant things that are going to be low maintenance.
Sunny and Dry Plant Combination
Sometimes you will find a spot in the garden which gets baking hot and the soil is usually bone dry.
Edible Flower Seed Combination
Scatter the calendulas petals, peppery nasturtium leaves and dill flowers over salads.
Edible Flowers Plant Combination
Many flowers are safe to eat and they look great when sprinkled over salads and desserts.
Attracting Wildlife Seed Combination
The seeds in this collection will grow to produce beautiful flowers.
Evergreen Groundcover 'Plant Combination'
Create a year-round carpet of lush foliage using these pretty plants.
Vibrant Colour Seed Combination
If like me, you like strong colours, then you should love this vibrant seed collection.
Add some Oomph 'Plant Combination'
Blend sumptuous shades of red and purple to create a Persian carpet effect that will give a sunny border summer-long colour.
Cool tones plant combination
Great in a naturalised setting, this combination will give you flowers all through the summer.
agastache and echinops plant combination
Blue tones are very soothing, and this combination nails both the colour and structural elements.
astrantia and digitalis
Cottage garden favourites (and perfect partners), these plants will help liven up a lightly shaded spot in summer.
create a praire plant combination
Prairie-style planting schemes are light and airy and contain lots of movement.
persicaria and echinacea plant combination
The thing that really brings this combination to life is the contrast in flower forms.
sanguisorba and calamagrotis plant combination
The perfect starting point if you are creating a prairie-style planting scheme.
stars of the show plant combination
This planting scheme was a big hit for Luciano Giubbilei when he used it in his Gold medal-winning garden at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2009.
Drought Tolerant Plant Combination
Dry sunny spots can be tricky, but if you use plants that can cope without much water, then you can cut down on maintenance.
Self-seeding Seed Combination
Once planted, these seeds will grow to produce showy plants that will add lots of colour to the summer garden.
Hot Border Seed Combination
Hot colours really stand out in the borders, so they are useful for planting at the far end of the garden, or for using as a focal point.