There was an article in the Guardian on Saturday, talking about the possible consequences of ten wet summers in a row. In it, Alys Fowler was quoted as saying there’s nothing for gardeners to fear from unpredictable weather if we switch to less tender veg, grow as large a variety of plants as possible, and go back to growing cottage garden flowers. If your borders are looking a little lacklustre in our washout summer this year, Suttons have a Cottage Garden Plants Collection for immediate despatch; originally £44.95, it’s now just £14.99 – a saving of 68%. You’ll get 72 plug plants, 18 each of four varieties – Achiillea Summer Berries, Larkspur Imperial Mix, Sweet William Noverna and Aster Gala. Click through the link below to bag your bargain.
(If you’re still hopeful for some sunshine, then you can also find 45 super plug plants of Sunflower Waooh! for £14.99, which is almost half price.)