Vernon Geranium Nursery Catalogue

I have just received The Vernon Geranium Nursery Catalogue and looking, through found it very interesting.

For anyone liking geraniums (These are really pelagoniums, but lets not split hairs), then this is the catalogue for you. They have a wide range of these plants, from trailing geraniums, ideal for hanging baskets or to trail through flower beds or even on the patio pot edges, through to Ivy leafed geraniums, double geraniums, fancy leaf geraniums, scented leaf geraniums regal geraniums and even baby dwarf geraniums. You think of it – they seem to have it. The range of colours are great too.
However, they no longer just sell geraniums, although that it still their speciality. They have expanded into quite a large range of plants. From trailing Begonias through Surfinia Petunias to Impatiens with Mimulas , Double Begonias and Bizzy Lizzies thrown in for good measure. All in a range of colours to blow your mind.

Vernons are a family nursey and has been growing plants for 30 years. They are proud of their reputation for ofering quality plants  and service and offer a  30 day no-quibble guarantee. Ordering is easy, by telephone, on ine or by post and delivery is by post in specially designed packaging to ensure that the plants get to you in their best condition.

There are special ofers spread throughout the catalogue ranging from free rootgrow with roses to money off multiple orders of plants. The roses offered in this catalogue include many of the nations favourites including Mum in a Million, Golden Wedding and Happy Anniversary. They are also offering their Rose of the year 2010 which i s “Absolutely Fabulous” – a buttermilk yellow flower with agood scent and is a strong grower.

Like many plant catalogues, Vernons Geranium Nursery also offer a collection of containers and other garden hardware in their catalogues. They also send a free leaflet giving advice about raising your plants with every order. Post and Packaging costs are very reasonable – £1.95 for all orders however much you want unless it is over £35 when P & P is free.

Though I have mentioned a number of plants here, I have by no means covered the whole spectrum of their range. This catalogue is definitely worth a look if you are interested in buying small plants for your garden or patio – or even hanging baskets – at reasonable prices.


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