Naturally at Smith’s we offer an extensive range of seeds for both professionals and casual gardeners. We stock two well established ranges of seeds in store, Johnsons and ‘Mr. Fothergills’.
The range from Johnsons (a British company established since 1820) covers everything from eye catching contemporary design to Herbs and Cottage Garden annual and perennial varieties.
Our second range of seeds comes from ‘Mr. Fothergills’ a family owned and managed British business. We stock their full range which includes their New Garden Time collection, imaginatively packaged Pesto Kits, Windowsill Kits and Herb Kits, all aimed at the more novice gardener.
For the very young, the ‘little gardeners’ range is aimed at 3-11 year olds and has everything from flower and vegetable packets to mini greenhouses. All designed to get children actively involved in the garden. Combined with an extensive range of gardening tools, bags and wellies from The Gruffalo, we believe we have it all covered for weekends and school holidays.
When it comes to grass seed we have everything from small boxes of multi-purpose seed that covers a 7m2 are to 20kg bulk bags of ryegrass.
We have grass seed suitable for any garden whether you have a shady area to manage or need a fine seed to cover patches of grass.
We stock the popular Patch Magic lawn repair seed and their dog-spot repair product.
If its bulbs you are after, we stock Taylors Bulbs. The first batch of Spring flowering bulbs arrive in September, the ideal time for planting as the ground is still warm.
At this time of year you will find everything from a great selection of daffodils, tulips, hyacinths and crocus amongst many others.
Also at this time in the season you will find the over wintering vegetables such as onion sets and garlic.
The second batch of bulbs arrive to us from January. These summer flowering bulbs range from amaryllis to begonias and lilums. We have value packs of all the best sellers including agapanthus and gladioli. Naturally, we stock a good range of cottage flowers and hold a fantastic range of dahlia.
Also, at this time of year we always have an extensive range of seed potatoes from first early Duke of York, second early Maris Piper, to main crop Romano.