Adding colour to your summer garden could not be easier with our exciting range of 10 premium UK-grown hanging baskets. These summer flower baskets have been pre-planted to save you time and effort, meaning they’re ready-to-hang for an immediate display.
On arrival simply unpack our pre-filled hanging baskets, hang them up securely in their chosen location and then after watering they are ready to go. A simple, easy and carefree approach that is quickly becoming all the rage. Buy online now for £19.99 each or order two of one mixture for only £29.98, saving £10.00 off RRP.
Our Pre-Planted Hanging Basket Range
An enticing mixture of of trailing Fuchsias in pale pink, deep pink, and striking purple.
Our combination of red, pink and white double Geranium flowers will reach a trailing habit of 30-60cm.
A selection of beautiful Petunias ranging in shades of purples, pinks and reds.
A mixture of velvety Surfinias in a range of shades, with a trailing reach of 60-90cm.
Zesty orange and yellow hues make up our beautiful Begonia hanging basket.
Our Illuminations Mixed basket includes a bright array of red, orange, yellow and white Begonias.
A selection of Calibrachoa, Verbena and Surfinia in beautiful pink and purple shades.
This basket includes Calibrachoas and Lobelias in delicate purple, white and apricot colours.
Gorgeous Verbenas, Petunias and Lobelias make up this basket in varying tones of purple and violet.
Our Sherbet Lemon basket is a mixture of cheerful Lobelia Dark blue, Verbena White and Bidens Goldita.
Caring for your Hanging Baskets
Hanging baskets typically need more water than flowers in a garden, as any excess water drains from the bottom of the basket – meaning it is fairly hard to overwater them. How much you water your baskets will depend on temperature and time of year. In spring, watering your baskets
As the flowers die, make sure to remove them by pinching them off where they meet the stem. Not only does this make your baskets look better, but it will also promote the formation of new flowers.
Fertiliser will replenish any nutrients in the soil which are depleted with watering and will help to keep full, healthy looking baskets. Make sure you fertilise when the soil is moist, not when the plants are wilting, and follow the directions on the specific fertiliser you’re using.
If your plants are starting to look a little straggly, don’t be afraid to trim them back once or twice a season. Trimming your hanging plants will increase denser new growth and create a fuller looking basket for the rest of summer.
ROTATE YOUR BASKETS:
It can be a good idea to rotate the location of your hanging baskets occasionally – particularly if one spot receives more sunlight than another. Swapping their location every week or so can ensure that when having multiple baskets, they each receive equal opportunity for sunlight and growth.