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Why Visit Love Plants in February 2024

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Save 10% On Fruit and Ornamental Trees

Mulberry Tree Fruit Trees | LovePlants

We are rewarding our Friends of Love Plants customers with a saving of 10% on all of our Fruit and Ornamental trees. This discount applies until Thursday 29th February.
To become a Friends of Love Plants member click here

We are under new management

Recently we announced that we have appointed Tom Pountney as our new manager. Tom has worked with the team to spruce up Love Plants over this winter period so that customers will have an improved buying experience in 2024.

Changes include a complete redesign of our sheltered area displays focusing on themes for what you should be doing in your garden at that specific time of the year.

We have looked closely at our selection of plants and added more options to the mix, whilst retaining many popular favourites that have been highly sought of year after year.

New to Love Plants this year are a range of water features, bird baths and propagation equipment. Visit us again soon.

To learn more about our new manager Tom and the changes we have made, click here


Pot grown Spring Bulbs and Summer Bulb packs are now in stock

Now is the perfect time to plant spring bulbs such as snowdrops which are ideal for planting in January and February for instant spring colour.

Looking ahead to summer, we now have a large selection of summer bulbs including begonias, dahlias and nerines. Add a splash of colour to your garden.


Water Features are now in stock


Get your garden started with our 1 Litre Shrubs

Our 1 litre starter pots of shrubs are a economic way to add colour, scent and structure to your garden.

These are available for £4.99 each or 5 for £20.

Seed Potatoes available now

We have a range of earlies, second earlies and maincrop potatoes in small packs and 2kg packs.

Buy now to allow to chit (grow shoots) before planting


Primulas are now in stock

Other news

February Plant of the Month: Snow Queen Tree (Betula utilis jacquemontii)
January Plant of the Month: Witch Hazel (Hamamelis)
Love Plants high hopes for 2024 under New Manager, Tom