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Agapanthus – a personal appraisal

Broadleigh Gardens offer one of the largest ranges of Agapanthus plants anywhere. If you would like to order for delivery next spring, please click here. You can forget the big, blousy belles of Madeira or the lusty beauties of New … Continue reading

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Spring Store

This includes snowdrops in growth, summer flowering bulbs and plants for shade. A full list of the genera is below. It is open for sales from January to April. Plants are posted frim mid February to late April. Please let … Continue reading

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Index of Articles by Month

January – snowdrops February – Naturalising bulbs March – Blue bulbs April – using small daffodils in the garden May – Jonquils in the Garden June – an insight into Lilies July: 1) Iris in the Garden 2) Dwarf Bearded Iris 3) Winter Iris August – Agapanthus … Continue reading

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Frequently Asked Questions

  How do I make an order online? What do the abbreviations in the plant descriptions mean? When can I order? When will my order be dispatched? How can I pay for my order? How will my goods be delivered? … Continue reading

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Nursery

Broadleigh Gardens is an active plant Nursery. We grow many of the bulbs and herbaceous plants we sell. It, and the surrounding display gardens are open every weekday to view. We have just finished dividing the extensive collections of Agapanthus and … Continue reading

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What’s on in the garden

LATE SPRING EARLY SUMMER Summer is rapidly approaching. The tulips are beginning to fade and the iris are starting to flower. The camassia are in full flower. The tulip pots on the terrace will soon be replaced by summer bedding. … Continue reading

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News

 THE NURSERY We are busy preparing for the spring despatch : dividing agapanthus, crocosmia nerines etc.  Things to do Cut off the old leaves on Hellebore orientalis – not only do they harbour infection they make a good hiding place … Continue reading

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Lectures

Christine Skelmersdale has been lecturing widely for many years both in Britain and abroad to all types of gardening societies. She also specialises in day courses on bulbs. Please email or phone for details of fees etc. She has her own PowerPoint … Continue reading

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Customer Feedback

Please find below a selection of the letters and emails we have received over the last 30 years from our customers regarding both our service and the website. If you would like to comment on our service, please  see our … Continue reading

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Catalogue

We have 2 despatch seasons – Spring and Autumn. 1. Spring Catalogue (January)  covers items posted in Feb – April (snowdrops,agapanthus, lilies, hellebores and herbaceous perennials) Order these items  from our online store when it opens in December. These are posted from … Continue reading

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