Our Products

We grow and deliver around 4.5 million houseplants to UK some of the largest and leading supermarkets every year.

Our three principal crops we grow are Chrysanthemums, Orchids and Roses. Along with these, we grow a variety of seasonal crops at specific times of the year.

Phalaenopsis

A stunning display of exotic, delicately patterned flowers, which will last up to two months.

• Position – bright but away from direct sunlight and draughts
• Water – once a week. Use lots of water but allow the surplus to drain away so that the roots don’t stand in water
• Temperature – 15oC – 30oC
• General – when flowering is over, cut off any dead (brown) parts of the flower stem. If new flowers don’t appear within two months, try moving the plant to a cooler and brighter location to trigger the flowering response.

Chrysanthemums

A long-standing, guaranteed winner, available in a huge number of different colours and flower-forms. Pot ‘mums’ are robust houseplant that will brighten-up any windowsill all year round.

• Position – plenty of light to encourage all buds to open
• Water – frequently, don’t allow the compost to dry out
• Temperature – 10oC – 25oC
• General – discard when flowering is over or plant in the garden for repeat flowering in the autumn

Roses

A traditional British garden plant, our varieties have been selected for optimal indoor performance. Large heads, beautiful colours, long life and delicate perfume characterise the Double H roses.

• Position – plenty of light
• Water – frequently, don’t allow the compost to dry out
• Temperature – 10oC – 25oC
• General – discard when flowering is over or plant in the garden for repeat flowering in the summer

Poinsettias

A traditional Christmas plant grown for it’s beautiful red bracts which make ideal decoration in the home or at work. We work with the best poinsettia growers in the UK, Holland and Belgium to supply this product to our customers.

• Position – plenty of light. Do not place near radiators as the warm dry air will damage the leaves
• Water – allow the surface of the compost to become dry to the touch then use a lot of water but allow the surplus to drain away so that the roots don’t stand in water
• Temperature – 15oC to 25oC
• General – most people will throw them away after Christmas and buy a new one next year.