Hanging Baskets

At Davies Brothers Nursery we are renowned for our summer and winter hanging baskets. These are available in 10" hanging pots, 14" wicker, 16" wicker, self-watering baskets and larger moss hanging baskets. All of our baskets are lovingly home grown at the Nursery and we believe they are the best value baskets available.

 

Our Summer hanging baskets are planted in carefully picked colour schemes for more details please click on the righthand 'Colour schemes' tab.

 

Our Winter baskets contain a beautiful selection of frost resistant plants and are underplanted with Spring bulbs to ensure long lasting colour.

 

We aim to re-use our customer's empty hanging baskets, by offering money off the price of your new basket. You will receive a £1.00 discount when you return an empty plastic self-watering basket complete with mat and disc. Baskets must have been purchased from us and be in good condition! Please note that the chains from your old basket will be transferred to your new basket. Unfortunately we are unable to re-use wicker baskets.

How to care for your hanging basket

Here are some handy tips and demonstration videos to improve your summer hanging basket displays:


Feeding


We recommend feeding your baskets with soluble fertiliser every two to three days. This leads to continued blooming without the need for dead heading. To maximise your hanging baskets you can feed them with a high potash fertiliser, up to three times a week during peak season (July and August).

Watering


Don’t let them dry out! Water your hanging baskets regularly. If you don’t have time it might be worth considering installing an automatic drip irrigation system which is inexpensive and saves lots of time…they can also be used in a hosepipe ban because they reduce water wastage.

We are located at:

Chalk Pit Lane

Burnham

Buckinghamshire

SL1 8NE

 

01628 666439

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