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In the Potting shed brings the very best in Specialist Composts - Soil Improvers - Pots - 
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CHRISTMAS Time AGAIN

Posted on 23 October, 2019 at 5:55 Comments comments (1)

Wow, Christmas preparations seem to start earlier each year, we are doing craft fairs this year where you can buy all the items to make your own wreaths, holly pots and decorations, the first will be at the World of Water in Kirkham Lancashire on november 16th then again on November 30th & December 1st.

Don't know about you but I love craft fairs where I can buy my own materials and do the project myself, there does not seem to be many about but we are hoping that this year we can h...

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SPRING HAS SPRUNG

Posted on 11 May, 2019 at 10:55 Comments comments (0)

At last, weather is started to get warmer encouraging new growth around the garden, time to get vegetable beds ready for those seedling carefully nurtured in the greenhouse and plant your bedding plant arrangements.

Exciting times around the corner, but the trouble is, pests thrive with growing plants, slugs and snails expecially but now there is a completely harmless to children and pets answer to the slug probles, it is SLUG GONE, developed by British Wool, it is  chemical free g...

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Getting Ready for Christmas

Posted on 31 October, 2018 at 15:15 Comments comments (0)

It is never too early to start planning what is going to happen at Christmas, where you are going to spend which part of which day, how many you are going to have to cater for, what food needs to bought in, what presents to buy not forgetting the cards, paper and all the finery, well, we know that no matter how much you want to spend time on getting the decorations exactly like you want, very often, you run out of time and that gorgeous decorative feature has gone by the board because you hav...

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Autumn InThePottingShed

Posted on 5 October, 2018 at 2:45 Comments comments (0)



Well Autumn seems to be well and truly upon us and what a busy time we are having here at In the Potting Shed, we are getting ready for Christmas, sorting out new products like Fir/Pine cones (which are now available at www.inthepottingshed.co.uk ;) and wreath bases, ribbons etrc. We have even taken some order for the Holly Pots wh...

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Glorious Gardens

Posted on 29 June, 2018 at 4:40 Comments comments (0)

WOW Summer has certainly come in with pheww!!!!

We have had a really busy Spring, sowing and planting Baskets and Tubs, the weather has worked wonders lifting people's spirits.

The markets have been heaving, with orders for plants much earlier than usual, all growers have been kept on their toes trying to keep up with demand but some have had to close early as their 5 months supply of plants only lasted 3.

We are looking forward to getting our own garden in shape, its gets n...

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