Cheaper, stronger plants with more choice
Going bare root is the savvy gardener’s choice – not only are plants cheaper than pot grown, there’s a wider choice of varieties to choose from. Plants are stronger, free-flowering and earlier to get going in spring.
Often people shy away from bare root because they don’t look great – they are dormant when they are sent out, unlike fresh-faced pot-grown plants.
However, planting in autumn when there’s still some Continue reading “Bare root plants and rose offer from Dobies”