Tag: Mr Fothergill

Technology Twins with Tradition in a First for British Seed Packets

Seed packets are one of the stalwarts of the gardener’s world. Keeping their simple design and format for generations, they have remained a far...

Treat your mum to a very special gift this Mother’s Day...

There are four windowsill kits that your Mum would be happy to grow. Sunflower kit will flower all season to autumn and brighten up...

Mr Fothergill’s marks RHS preferred partner status with launch of...

Gardeners can make their selections for 2018 from a brand new flower and vegetable seed range, safe in the knowledge that the varieties have...

New Pollinator Friendly Perennials from Mr. Fothergill’s

Mr. Fothergill’s is delighted to announce the launch of three new ranges of perennials, adding to its already comprehensive plant offering. “We are always very...

Seaweed concentrate. Complete Garden Health Treatment in a Bottle

New seaweed concentrate set to transform plant performance for gardeners. Seasol Seaweed Concentrate from Mr Fothergill’s is an all-natural plant tonic for the healthy growth...

Mr Fothergill’s Flower Mixes are Given a Fresh New Look

Hardy annual seed mixes are great value and perhaps the easiest way to grow flowers. This season Mr Fothergill’s has given its range of flower...

Gardening Gift Ideas for a Happy Christmas From Mr Fothergill’s

If you are thinking of what to buy for your garden minded friends or relatives Mr Fothergill’s has got some great options with a...

Pumpkins at Kentford Trial Grounds

With the arrival of Autumn on the Mr Fothergill’s trials ground closing down and clearing away starts in earnest but for some vegetables now...

The Indoor Gardening Treat for Kids and Cats!

Mr Fothergill’s adds new faces to collectable children’s indoor Gardening growing kits Mr Fothergill’s is adding to its popular children’s Munakuppi grow kit range with...

If You Can’t Stand the Heat, Grow chilli for Flavour!

As the gardening industry gets set to celebrate 2018 as the year of the pepper, Mr Fothergill’s calls on gardeners to forget about the...