Plants and Flowers this Week

What a shift in the weather from the warm sun of last week to these wintery, freezing temperatures though the bright, extra light is a wonderful bonus.

This week’s perennials and seedlings are fine to plant out as long as the ground isn’t actually frozen as they have been hardened off outside throughout Winter. If you are interested in ordering or pre-ordering plants or flowers for collection at Wolvercote Community Market this Sunday, please email me: thedevelopingplot@gmail.com This will be the last market until early May.

Orders can also be delivered for free within 5 miles of Oxford with a minimum order of £10. Deliveries this week will be on Saturday and Sunday.

Flowers

Spring Bouquet

Flower Jars:

  • Small jam jars start at £6.50 with at least 15 stems
  • Pickle jars are £10.00 with at least 20 stems

Bouquets:

  • A small bouquet is £15 and can be ordered in a vase or gift wrapped. Each one contains at least 30 stems.

Larger bouquets can be ordered from £20 to £30 either gift wrapped or in a vase.

Plants

Perennials:

Perennial Prices:

In 2 litre pots: £5.00, 1 litre pots:£3.50 & plants in 9cm £2.50

Annuals:

The last of the named sweetpeas and the ones grown from Homesown seed at £1.50 a pot (scroll down to see details in last week’s post)

Cerinthe seedlings: £1 in a 7cm pot – roots just reaching the bottom.

I will be back at Sofacoma and Wolvercote Markets in May with a range of plants including different tomato and courgette varieties. Flowers will be available to order for Easter.

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