Create autumn tones in your garden with Dobbies


Garden Centre offers free Grow How session in its stores

Dobbies, the UK’s leading garden centre, is hosting a free-to-attend Grow How session across its stores to help inspire customers of all gardening abilities on how they can enhance their outdoor spaces with a stunning selection of autumn plants.

September is the ideal time to embrace a new palette of autumnal colours in your garden. This interactive gardening session takes place on Saturday 2 September at 10:30am, where Dobbies’ horticultural experts will showcase a diverse range of plant varieties such as Cyclamen, Cupressus, Calluna, Skimmia Rubella as well as their best-selling Chrysanthemum.

Dobbies’ experts will also provide advice on care techniques to ensure the longevity of these plants, providing stunning depth, colour and garden interest between autumn and winter.

Dobbies’ Horticultural Director, Marcus Eyles, said: “Autumn is a great time to make the most of your garden and enjoy the striking colours the season brings, while also preparing for a blooming, beautiful spring.

“I’d recommend thinking through the colour scheme you’d like to have in your garden, with lots of varieties offering a whole host of different colour options that can help you create your desired look. White or neutral pots can help make your potted plants really pop, while our own brand, award-winning peat-free compost and bedding plant feed, will help your plants be their best.”

For more information about how to take part in Dobbies’ Grow How session, visit Events | Dobbies Garden Centres.

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